Blandy & Blandy LLP Solicitors

News // 11 September 2019

Blandy & Blandy LLP Welcomes New Faces

Blandy & Blandy LLP has welcomed three new faces to its team in Reading.

Trainee solicitors Emma Ford and Ed Giles take their respective first seats in the firm’s Probate, Tax & Trusts and Residential Property teams, while Helen Stott also joins the Probate, Tax & Trusts team as a newly qualified solicitor.

Emma said: “I am delighted to be joining Blandy & Blandy for my first seat in its award-winning Probate, Tax & Trusts team. I was drawn to the firm’s high quality expertise across all practice areas and excellent reputation in the Thames Valley."

Helen added: "I’m really happy to have started as a newly qualified solicitor in the well established and respected team at Blandy and Blandy."

Ed commented: “I’m really excited to have joined Blandy & Blandy. I was attracted to the firm by its strong reputation in the Thames Valley and the welcoming culture. I am currently starting my first seat in the Residential Property team, who are really busy, so it’s been great to hit the ground running and get stuck in.”

Blandy & Blandy is looking forward to further new arrivals in the next few months as its teams in both Reading and Henley-on-Thames continue to grow.

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