Law firm Davis Blank Furniss has grown its Private Client team with the appointment of Lewis Thompson who joins as a private client solicitor. Lewis will be based out of the firm’s Glossop office.
His new role will see him handle all types of Private Client matters including Wills, Trusts, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection and Probate. Lewis has particular experience of working with the elderly, vulnerable clients and those looking for bespoke assistance and advice on estate planning and probate issues. Lewis was admitted as a solicitor in January this year. Prior to qualification he worked as a paralegal/ trainee. His last role was at Almond Solicitors where he worked for three years.
Commenting on his appointment, Lewis said: “Davis Blank Furniss is a modern law firm that still adopts a traditional approach with its clients. This ethos is pretty unique in an ever changing legal sector and is what attracted me most. I’m now focussed on delivering a first class and caring service – especially for those people who are going through difficult times.”
Martyn Gee – partner and head of Davis Blank Furniss Glossop – added: “Lewis is a great addition to the team and his arrival further builds on our Private Client offering. He brings with him some fantastic experience that will, I’m sure, make him a central part of our growth over the coming years.”
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