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New Year’s Partnerships for Wards Solicitors

Local independent law firm, Wards Solicitors is pleased to announce three new partners for 2014.

Managing Partner, David Sheridan said: "Our January partnership appointments demonstrate our commitment to progression and the long-term future of the firm. Whilst the face of the legal market in Bristol and the South West has changed significantly over recent years, our belief in the importance of local legal specialists hasn't. These three represent the very best of this. I'm delighted to be able to welcome Heather, Rebecca and Theo to the partnership."

Heather Jones

Weston-super-Mare, Worle and Portishead

Commercial Property specialist, Heather Jones has been made a partner, working from the firm's Weston-super-Mare, Worle and Portishead offices. Heather joined Wards Solicitors in 2004 to specialise in commercial property transactions. Clients praise Heather for her ability to combine fierce attention to detail with an approachable, plain English manner.

Rebecca Stuart


Residential Property and Equine specialist, Rebecca Stuart has also been made a partner in Wards Solicitors' January announcement. A well-known face around Clevedon, Rebecca originally joined the firm as a para-legal, in 2001. Since then she has not only qualified as a solicitor but risen through the firm to become the Clevedon office manager, as well as this most recent appointment.

Theo Vitagliano

Bristol City Centre

Residential Conveyancing specialist, Theo Vitagliano is the third solicitor to be made up to partner in the January announcement by Wards Solicitors. Based in the firm's Bristol City Centre office, Theo has specialised in Conveyancing in the Bristol area for fifteen years.

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