Solicitors Brown Turner Ross, who have offices in Liverpool and Southport, has strengthened its private client department with the appointments of Thomas Rimmington and Matthew Skeels as directors at the 130-year-old firm.
Thomas and Matthew have been promoted within the firm as the growing Liverpool City Region company adds to its existing directors in property, employment law and family law.
Now head of the firm’s private client department, Thomas joined Brown Turner Ross in 2018, while Matthew as been a core part of the private client team since 2016. The pair specialise in wills and trusts creation, estate and tax planning, lasting and ordinary powers of attorney, court of protection work and asset protection. Thomas is also a full member of STEP, the society of trust and estate practitioners which adds an extra dimension to his expertise.
Speaking about the appointments, Sam Bushell, managing director of Brown Turner Ross said, “Thomas and Matthew have done exemplary work in our private client department and we’re pleased to be able to appoint both of them as directors at Brown Turner Ross.
The solicitors have also added to their ranks by appointing Tracy Jones as practice manager. Tracy joins the firm from international firm, Trowers & Hamlins Solicitors, where she ran the Manchester office for the last two years.
“The addition of Tracy to the firm has been hugely beneficial to the company,” added Sam, “and her considerable and diverse experience is helping her excel in this varied and important role.”
"Their dedication in helping the people that their work supports, along with their attention to detail and professionalism will be invaluable in shaping the future of the firm as directors"
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