Law firm Withy King is marking its 30th anniversary in Marlborough with a move to new premises in the heart of the market town.
The firm will relocate from its offices just off the high street to Cross Keys House in The Parade – the last remaining ground-floor premises available to rent in central Marlborough.
The move comes at a time of growth for the firm, which has recently recruited Samantha O’Sullivan, a trusts and charities specialist with 25 years’ experience, and Kim Thurston, a conveyancing solicitor who will be supporting Withy King’s busy residential property team.
Partner Robert Collins, who has worked in Marlborough for more than 20 years, said: “We are very pleased to announce our continued commitment to Marlborough.
“The shortage of quality, ground-floor office space was a cause for concern but fortunately we’ve been able to secure the ideal premises and we look forward to showing people around.
“We are totally committed to Marlborough and we have a very well-established local client base, some of whom have remained loyal to us for as long as we have been in the town. We are proud to be able to offer a comprehensive range of services to businesses and private clients from our offices in Marlborough with the additional support and resources available from Withy King’s other bases located in Swindon, Bath and Oxford.”
Withy King’s Marlborough office offers a comprehensive range of legal services to private clients and businesses, including property and conveyancing work, wills, probate, estate planning, divorce and support with other family matters.
Pictured, from left: Solicitors Lois Smith, Robert Collins, Samantha O’Sullivan and Sharon MacDonald outside Withy King’s new Marlborough office