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Three new solicitors join Wards Solicitors

Three new solicitors join Wards Solicitors

Wards is delighted to announce the appointments of three new solicitors to the firm.

Chloe King (top left) joins the Cohabitation team in Bristol's Broad Street office, and will be advising unmarried clients on the division of assets following a separation and negotiating a settlement.   Chloe qualified as a solicitor in 2017, and has previously specialised in family law.  She is a member of Resolution, a professional organisation committed to the constructive and non-confrontational solution of family law issues.

Emma Jones (top right) has joined Wards' Henleaze office and will be working on all matters related to Wills and Probate.  With a previous career working in the City of London, Emma has three years post-qualification experience across corporate, commercial and regulatory practice, which more recently involved working with private wealth clients.

Alex Rossiter (bottom pic) specialises in commercial property and will be working in the firm's Bristol High Street office.  Alex will be dealing with a wide range of non-contentious commercial property matters including acquisitions and disposals, landlord and tenant transactional work, asset management and pension property.


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