We are pleased to announce that as of 28 June 2019 Child & Child changed ownership.
The new firm is owned and managed by five of the firm’s long-serving senior management team including a director from the former management.
Talking on the change of ownership, new equity partner Estelle Tague said:
“This is an exciting time for our clients.
All of the senior management team are highly experienced lawyers who have been with Child & Child for many years looking after its clients' interests.
Each member of the new management team brings their own unique experience and perspective to the management table, which will be invaluable in helping us achieve our shared vision long into the future.”
Estelle is joined on the new management team by Mark Brassey, Ursula Danagher, Mo Hakim and Zach Reynolds. Mo Hakim and Zach Reynolds will jointly fulfil the firm’s Managing Partner role.
The new management team, together with a private investor who will also be holding an equity stake in the business, are delighted to be able to offer clients a wider range of services with the same high quality standard of client care. Child & Child’s team of specialist lawyers and support staff will effectively remain the same at the new firm and the practice will continue to work hard to provide our clients with the high-quality advice, approachable and practical service that we are known for.
If you have any questions or require more information, please do not hesitate to contact your usual contact at the firm or the Child & Child office on 00 44 207 235 8000.
Child & Child is the trading name of Allium Law Limited, a company authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA ID 562710). Registered in England (company number 07617921) with registered address at Nova North, 11 Bressenden Place, London SW1E 5BY
We use the word “partner” to refer to a shareholder or director or a senior solicitor of equivalent standing and qualifications.
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