New faces at Newport

As part of the continuing expansion of our Newport office two new lawyers have recently joined the practice, Liz McEvilly (pictured on the right)and Helen O’Brien Quinn.

Both Liz and Helen join the firm’s Newport office, having previously worked together in another Shropshire legal practice. Liz compliments the firm’s Wills and Probate Department and Helen assumes the role of Head of the firm’s Commercial and Private Litigation Department.
Liz and Helen commented “We are delighted to have joined the firm’s excellent team at Newport. We look forward to the challenges ahead and also playing an active part in the local community which is important to Newport and the firm.”

Liz commenced work in the firm’s Newport office earlier this year. She has specialised in Wills, Estate Administration and tax planning for over 20 years. Her experience in this area of law brings her into close contact with the local community, in particular she specialises in assisting the elderly. She believes in providing clear and concise advice to all her private clients.

Born and raised in Shropshire, Helen returned to the region having studied and trained in London. She graduated from Kingston University with a law degree and qualified as a Solicitor in 1990. Helen’s expertise encompasses a wide range of legal issues. Working in dispute resolution she specialises in all aspects of commercial and civil litigation and has a keen interest in Landlord and Tenant disputes and property litigation. In addition, she has developed expertise in contractual disputes, right of way, boundary disputes and professional negligence claims.

Liz and Helen offer a friendly and professional service to their clients offering a practical and commercial solution to their problems. They both live in the area and have children at the local schools.

Terry Jones Managing Director comments “I am delighted to welcome both Liz and Helen to the firm. They have an enormous amount of experience and will compliment and add to the expertise and range of services that the firm is able to offer from its Newport office.”

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