Law firm Lodders has hired two senior lawyers to its private client team in Warwickshire and Gloucestershire.
Victoria Borrow joins as an assistant solicitor from Cheltenham firm Willans, and is a wills, probate, trusts and powers of attorney specialist, with experience in assisting older and vulnerable clients on matters such as Court of Protection applications.
Ms Borrow trained and qualified at MFG Solicitors and spent several years in the probate department of Harrison Clark Rickerbys in Worcester. She will work closely with partners Sofia Tayton and Jessica Beddows in her new role.
Meanwhile, Sharon Crosby also joins as an assistant solicitor, having originally trained and qualified with the firm. She since specialised in estate administration with Chorus Law and the Stratford upon Avon office of HCB Solicitors.
Head of the private client team and senior partner at the firm, Martin Green, commented: “The firm is going from strength to strength and the calibre of our people and new recruits is testament to our performance and reputation. Lodders continues to experience sustained growth in instructions across its office network.”
He added: “The firm has made ten senior appointments so far this year, and Victoria and Sharon become part of our thriving private client practice which has made several key hires, including experienced wills, tax and trusts lawyer John Rouse, who joined our private client team from Wright Hassall. Our major recruitment drive continues as a key element of our ambitious plans.”
Lodders has 25 partners and over 130 fee earners and support staff across its offices in Warwickshire, Cheltenham, the North Cotswolds, Gloucestershire and the West Midlands.
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