Ex­pand­ing firm ap­points new part­ners

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Kent Business Update -

Law firm Kings­fords, founded in Ash­ford by Julius Kings­ford in the mid 1880s, has an­nounced fur­ther ex­pan­sion with the ap­point­ment of three new part­ners.

They are Julie Staines, who re­cently joined the firm, Daniel Crook and Mar­cus Par­sons.

The firm has branch of­fices in Hythe and Sta­ple­hurst, in ad­di­tion to its two of­fices in Ash­ford.

Se­nior part­ner John Ed­monds said: “Julie, who will be the resi- den­tial con­veyanc­ing part­ner at the Hythe of­fice, brings a wealth of ex­pe­ri­ence to the firm, gained in over 30 years as a part­ner with other firms of solic­i­tors. She is a well re­spected prop­erty lawyer who has earned an ex­cel­lent rep­u­ta­tion both with her clients and busi­ness con­tacts.

“Daniel and Mar­cus demon­strate com­mer­cial and en­tre­pre­neur­ial skills which are nec­es­sary in an in­creas­ing tech- no­log­i­cal age. I be­lieve the firm will go from strength to strength with them on board”.

Daniel Crook joined Kings­fords in 2006 and qual­i­fied as a so­lic­i­tor in 2008. He prac­tises in the civil lit­i­ga­tion depart­ment, spe­cial­is­ing in em­ploy­ment law.

Mar­cus Par­sons, who un­til re­cently prac­tised in Lon­don, was born and lives in Ten­ter­den and qual­i­fied as a so­lic­i­tor in 2005.

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