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Our People

All of our Solicitors are specialists in their field, to view a particular fee earner's profile, click on the link below.

Angela joined Mortons in 1986 as a junior typist, her career in the firm is unique. 
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Christine qualified as a solicitor in 1999. She joined Mortons in 2004 and specialises in all aspects of familty law. She is a member of The Law Society's Children Law Accreditation Scheme and Resolution. 
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Glyn joined the firm in January 2013 to work on the finance and business strategy. He became Chief Executive Office of the firm in 2015. His role is to lead the Management Team in change, strategy and performance management. Glyn also manages a successful business consultancy.
Fiona is the firm's Private Client specialist, advising on matters ranging from Estate Planning, Wills, Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection matters and the general affairs of the more mature client.
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Janine oversees the Litigation Department acting in matters such as Industrial Disease and personal injury claims, breach of contract, consumer issues, contentious probate and landlord and tenant work.
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List of Directors

The following Solicitors are Directors in the Practice; further information regarding each Director and the work they undertake, may be obtained elsewhere with-in this site or by contacting the Practice directly.

  • Angela Ashcroft LL.B (Hons)
  • Christine M. Anderson B.A.(Hons.)
  • David Ashman LL.B (Hons)
  • Andrew Simpson LL.B (Hons)
  • Claire Truscott LL.B (Hons)
  • Andrew Wilkinson
  • Glyn LLewllyn

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