The Liverpool-based firm, which has offices in Anfield and the city centre, has appointed Natasha Booth as its new head of private client this month.
Paul Crowley & Co will now welcome solicitor Natasha Booth to head up the department as part of this continued growth, as the firm looks to bolster its client-focused private client services.
Specialising in private client services, Natasha joins the firm from Ice Blue Legal LLP in Ormskirk, where she also held the role of litigation manager.
In her new role, Natasha will take responsibility for wills, probate and lasting power of attorney matters.
The firm’s continued growth follows a raft of new appointments to the property, clinical negligence and personal injury teams within the last twelve months.
Senior partner, Paul Crowley, says: “I am delighted to welcome Natasha into our private client department, and I am confident that she will be a valuable asset to the team as we look to grow and develop our private client offering.
“Looking ahead to 2017 I am confident that we will now build upon this foundation and continue to grow our services.”
Natasha adds: “I am delighted to be joining the team at Paul Crowley & Co. I believe a client-focused approach is the key to success and the firm is renowned for delivering a professional and quality service to its clients, and so I am keen to build on this foundation and lead the private client team to further growth and success.”
"I believe a client-focused approach is the key to success and the firm is renowned for delivering a professional and quality service to its clients, and so I am keen to build on this foundation"
Natasha Booth, head of private client
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