One of the largest independent legal practices in the North West, Myerson Solicitors, has announced the promotion of three new Partners as it continues its expansion.
The highly reputable firm based in the heart of Altrincham town centre, has promoted team members Laura Pile, Heather Adams and Clara Staunton to Partners, bringing the firm’s total number of Partners to twenty-three.
Laura Pile has spent her whole career at Myerson having joined in 2007 at the start of her career as a trainee solicitor and now has over eleven years of knowledgeable experience within the Real Estate Litigation team. Laura is a ‘Recommended Lawyer’ within the highly reputable legal body The Legal 500. She has a wide breadth of property experience in dealing with commercial and residential landlord and tenant disputes including forfeiture, dilapidations, rent arrears, break notices and possession. Laura also has a great deal of experience in advising on developer disputes, pure chancery matters such as rights of way and property ownership disputes. Laura has advised on a number of high value disputes resolved at mediation.
Clara Staunton is described by The Legal 500 as a ‘Rising Star’, and “an exceptional private client lawyer, who combines a natural rapport with clients, with an ability to articulate matters in a straightforward manner”. Clara joined the Wills, Trusts and Probate team at Myerson in 2013 and was promoted to Senior Solicitor in 2016. She is a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), regularly dealing with complex matters such as the administration of estates and trusts, as well as advising on Wills and tax planning.
Heather Adams qualified as a solicitor in 2000 and joined Myerson as Head of the Residential Property Department. She is well-known as a highly respected conveyancing and property solicitor and ranked in the Top Three independent directory, ThreeBestRated residential property solicitors in Trafford. Heather specialises in a breadth of residential property law, with particular experience of unregistered land, registration of possessory title, registration where deeds have been lost or destroyed and prescriptive rights of way, in addition to the buying and selling of residential property and developments.
Carl Newton, CEO at Myerson Solicitors said:
“We are thrilled to have these dedicated and talented lawyers joining the partnership at Myerson. Laura, Clara and Heather have consistently excelled in their roles delivering a high standard of quality and advice to our clients. They all strive to build their teams’ knowledge and expertise, whilst living the firms core values and culture daily. To have these lawyers continue their career at Myerson only strengthens the firm further, and we are excited to see their teams develop and grow. I hope these promotions continue to highlight both the diverse range of talent and the various opportunities that exist within our expanding businesses at Myerson.”