becomes Huttons Law Limited
As we celebrate our 30th year in practice we are delighted to announce that Hutton's Solicitors has transferred the business to Huttons Law Limited, providing a modern platform for the future growth of expertise for our clients.
The exiting partners will remain in the business as consultants. The practice will be led by Tristan Agland who has overseen an expansion of the business services section which now provides a wide range of services including commercial property, construction law and dispute resolution.
The practice will continue to trade as Huttons Solicitors from the same address. All contact details remain the same.
Hutton's wins Family Law Firm of the Year 2016, Wales
Hutton's was announced as the winner of the Jordans Publishing Family Law Firm of the Year 2016 in the regional Wales catagory, at the 6th annual Family Law Awards held on 23rd November 2016 at the Bloomsbury Big Top in London. The winners were chosen by a judging panel made up of the heads of the Association of Lawyers for Children, Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, Family Law Bar Association and Resolution, along with Family Law editors and publishing executives.
Our Family Law team has been strengthened by the recruitment of Danielle Shreeve, a child care specialist and Nia Russell a paralegal. In addition, Alexander Hutton - Lewis, who has recently qualified as a solicitor, will become part of the in - house advocacy team, providing services to both the Family and Criminal department
Consistently recognised for Excellence
Hutton’s are ranked in the top tier for areas of law such as clinical negligence and criminal litigation according to respected legal publications such as Chambers and Legal 500.
Our specialist memberships include the Law Society Panels for Clinical Negligence, Criminal Litigation, VHCC (Very High Cost cases – i.e. serious criminal cases such as white collar crime, murder and fraud), Advanced Family Law, Children and Collaborative Law.
We are referral members of AVMA (Action for Victims of Medical Accidents).
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