London and south-west firm DMH Stallard has declared growth plans following hitting pause because of Covid, having declared that it has inked a merger having a divorce boutique.
DMH Stallard, that has offices in Brighton, Gatwick, Guildford, Horsham and London, will unite with London-based Brookman Solicitors — that the southwest company’s fourth merger within six decades.
Richard Pollins, DMH Stallard managing partner, said:’Twelve weeks past our strategies for expansion were temporarily paused while we coped with the effect of the pandemic and we implemented new methods of functioning in reaction to the new ordinary. It’s thus satisfying to declare this significant milestone in our wider expansion programs at the beginning of 2021. It is my hope that this is going to be the first of numerous mergers in London and the area for the company during the upcoming few years as we continue our growth plans.’
DMH Stallard united with AWB Partnership and Ross & Craig Solicitors in 2015, also Rawlison Butler 2 Decades later.
The Gazette has been advised that there will be no redundancies and also the Brookman staff is going to be located in DMH Stallard’s London office.
Brookman Solicitors specialises in household matters such as UK and global divorce. His CV includes acting for a homosexual couple who challenged law prohibiting homosexual acts — that the case went to the High Court of Australia and the legislation was then struck down.
Brookman stated:’Our merger with DMH Stallard is fantastic news for customers of our companies. It provides our customers access to a deep pool of experience across an entire assortment of legal services, in addition to better geographical accessibility. It considerably improves the service our joint firm will be supplying.’