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Fresh faces as Aaron & Partners announce new appointments and promotions

22nd September, 2016

Aaron & Partners Solicitors has announced two new appointments and made nine key promotions as the firm continues its expansion in Chester, Shrewsbury and North Wales.

joshua-simpson-sept-2016Trained in North Wales and a fluent Welsh Speaker, solicitor Joshua Simpson has joined Aaron’s Real Estate team.

A specialist in residential property law, Joshua will assist clients with sale and purchase transactions. He also brings experience in the management of freehold and leasehold properties to the team.

“I’m excited to join one of the leading law firms in the North West”, said Joshua, who trained in North Wales and qualified earlier this year. “Working with the incredibly passionate and skilled team here at Aaron & Partners will be a great experience.”

rachel-lillie-sept-2016Fellow new starter Rachel Lillie joins the Wills, Trusts and Tax department and as an experienced solicitor with specialist expertise in dispute resolution and high net worth tax and estate planning, she will be a valuable asset to the team.

“I believe in resolving disputes without the need for court proceedings,” she said. “However, where there is no alternative I always vigorously represent my client’s interests.

“I’m proud to join Aaron & Partners, one of the top firms in the North and I’m looking forward to making my own contribution to its reputation for excellence.”

In addition to growth, Aaron’s has also announced a flurry of promotions. In the Chester office James Wallace has been promoted to Partner and David Mann, Andrew Lees and Giles Williams have been promoted to Senior Associate. Steph Brayshay, Adam Haines and Simon Mawdsley are now Associates. (Main picture L-R: Andrew Lees, Steph Brayshay, David Mann, Simon Mawdsley and James Wallace.)

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In Aaron’s Shrewsbury office Lynda Richards and Sandy Edwards have been promoted to Senior Associates. (Pictured left L-R: Lynda Richards and Sandy Edwards.)

Senior Partner Simon Edwards said: “It is important to recognise talent, whether in a new recruit or an existing team member.

“We have built a fantastic team here at Aaron’s based on our ability to identify individuals who will provide the highest calibre of advice and representation for our clients. Just as importantly, we have retained the best talents thanks to our willingness to reward those who work hard to deliver the high standards of expertise Aaron & Partners is widely known for.

“Congratulations to everyone who has earned promotion and welcome to Joshua and Rachel, two fine additions to the Aaron’s team.”

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