NEWMARKET-based Edmondson Hall Solicitors has announced the appointment of Matthew Clemence as its new head of Family Law. Mr Clemence joins the firm from Prettys in Ipswich where he had an established reputation as one of East Anglia's leading family lawyers.
NEWMARKET-based Edmondson Hall Solicitors has announced the appointment of Matthew Clemence as its new head of Family Law.
Mr Clemence joins the firm from Prettys in Ipswich where he had an established reputation as one of East Anglia's leading family lawyers. He is an active member of Resolution and is also a trained collaborative lawyer.
Specialising in high net worth financial matters Matthew is regularly instructed in complex multi-million pound cases. He also deals extensively in farming cases as well as having a client portfolio which includes doctors, lawyers, accountants, chief executives and other senior level professionals.
His specialism covers all aspects of family law including pre and post marital agreements, divorce, financial settlement and children disputes and has written widely on these areas in addition to the Civil Partnership Act.
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Mr Clemence, a former semi-professional footballer and keen all round sportsman with a young family, said “I am very excited about joining such a dynamic and progressive Firm and I am committed to building a successful department at Edmondson Hall”.Mark Edmondson, senior partner said: “Matthew Clemence is a very senior family solicitor but very friendly and approachable. We are delighted that he has chosen Edmondson Hall to further his career where we believe he will be very successful”.
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