New Head of Private Client Department Announced for Grimsby-based law firm
A partner of Bridge McFarland Solicitors’ Grimsby office has moved across to Louth to take over from Patrick Purves as head of the Louth Private Client Department.
Commenting on the appointment, Paul Dimbleby said: “I am delighted and privileged to return to our Louth office and take over from Patrick. I was lucky enough to train and qualify under him some twelve years ago.
“His knowledge, personality and humour will be missed throughout the office. However, I look forward to meeting clients, both old and new, and following on in his footsteps.
“We have an exceptional team and I look forward immensely to building on what we have already achieved and taking the firm forward in the future.”
Private Client work is a broad area of law; it includes the drafting of Wills and Powers of Attorney, financial planning and the establishment of Trusts, as well as the carrying out probate work when someone passes away.
Stephen Lambert is a senior partner based in the Louth, he spoke about the new changes to the Private Client Department saying: “I’m very glad that Paul has come back to work with us he has proven himself to be an extremely competent and valuable team member.
“Bridge McFarland have grown so much in the twelve years since Paul first undertook his training contract with us, and we are always growing and looking to the future. I am confident that with Paul at the helm our Louth team will flourish.”