Regional UK law firm Thrings has appointed Sally Pike, a family law specialist with more than 20 years’ experience, as its fourth partner in Hampshire.
Experienced in all aspects of marriage, civil partnerships, divorce and separation, Ms Pike joins Thrings from Coffin Mew, where she was a partner and head of the family team.
Ms Pike has worked on mid-to-high net worth cases involving complex financial assets such as property, pensions and company assets. She provides niche family advice to couples wanting prenuptial agreements, while also using her skills as a mediator and collaborative lawyer to help clients reach resolutions though a ‘no court’ approach.
Ms Pike becomes the Thrings’ fourth partner in Hampshire, joining agriculture lawyer Mark Charter, private client solicitor Rachel Brooks, and commercial and corporate specialist Mary Chant.
In recent weeks, Thrings – which also has offices in London, Bristol, Bath and Swindon – has made a number of strategic hires in Hampshire, welcoming agriculture property associate Emily Harvey, private client solicitor Rukshana Khanom, agriculture solicitor Hugh Barnard, and tax director Carolyn Butland-Beazley.
Simon Holdsworth, managing partner of Thrings, added: “Sally has a stellar reputation for providing considered and pragmatic legal advice. Her arrival as Thrings’ fourth partner in Hampshire significantly enhances the firm’s offering to private clients in the region, while working alongside Mark and Rachel and their teams to add further strength and depth to our agriculture and landed estates practice.
“Thrings remains focused on ensuring new and existing clients receive first-class legal service at all times, and as a vastly experienced and highly-respected family law specialist, Sally has a key role to play in the firm’s ongoing expansion in the south of England.”
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