Law firm Shakespeare Martineau has announced a number of new joiners, including a private client associate, to expand its Milton Keynes office.
Matt Parr makes the move to Milton Keynes from Shakespeare Martineau’s Birmingham office. An associate in the firm’s private client team, Matt specialises in trusts and inheritance and capital gains tax planning including the preparation of wills. He will be heading up the team which includes Emily Izzo, who has risen through the ranks at the firm and is now a private client solicitor.
The Private Client team can advise on all aspects of succession planning together with estate administration, lasting powers of attorneys and Court of Protection matters.
Mohammed Faiz has also recently been welcomed into the Milton Keynes office. Faiz is a corporate and commercial solicitor focusing on corporate advice, mergers and acquisitions, company law and commercial law.
The team in the firm’s Milton Keynes office offer advice across a broad legal spectrum, including corporate and commercial law, family law, commercial and residential conveyancing, and private client.
Speaking of the new hires, Mark Thompson, head of Shakespeare Martineau’s Milton Keynes office, commented:
“All of our new hires are true professionals in their field and bring with them an incredibly keen sense of commerciality, drive and high standards of client service. Their skillsets and personalities will fit perfectly with the office’s existing team.
“The Milton Keynes market is fast-paced. Businesses see the area as one worth investing in and innovative individuals and companies are looking to base their operations from the town. Our ethos, and one shared with the wider firm is one of broad appeal and strength in across disciplines; something which we are constantly striving to maintain and improve across all teams and individuals.
“As the team grows, the experience we can offer grows too. I am confident that Matt, Mohammed and Emily will flourish in their new roles, helping us achieve even bigger and better things going forward.”
"The Milton Keynes market is fast-paced. Businesses see the area as one worth investing in and innovative individuals and companies are looking to base their operations from the town."
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