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Fast-growing law firm strengthens team

Fast-growing law firm FBC Manby Bowdler has appointed seven new legal experts in response to growing demand for its private client services. 

Managing director Neil Lloyd is spearheading the investment in new talent and says the firm is seeing a sustained rise in enquiries in 2022 for estate planning, probate and Court of Protection work.  

“In 2022, we have been the top ranked law firm for our private client services in the areas  in which we operate and these quality appointments allow us to continue to deliver the stellar service and excellent legal advice we’re known for.” 

Immediately strengthening FBC Manby Bowdler’s Shropshire private client team is Associate Jonathan Edwards (joining from county firm Terry Jones Solicitors). who specialises in estate administration, inheritance tax, wills, Lasting Power of Attorney, trusts and lifetime estate planning. 

The Telford team is also welcoming solicitor Adam Hawkes, who will be advising clients on all private client matters as well as specialising in contentious trusts and probate. 

Joining the firm in Wolverhampton are solicitors Jessica Hubble and Chris Bate, the latter a Court of Protection specialist.  

Three of the new faces – solicitors Victoria Upton, Nazia Riaz and Charlotte Todd - have joined the private client team in FBC Manby Bowdler’s Redditch office.  

Pictured: back (from left), Adam Hawkes, Christopher Bate, Victoria Upton, and Charlotte Todd. Front (from left), Jessica Hubble, Neil Lloyd and Nazia Riaz