West Yorkshire law firm Wilkinson Woodward has announced the appointment of two senior solicitors to its team.
Commercial solicitor Tim Manock and family law specialist Emily Fish have both joined Wilkinson Woodward’s expanding legal practice.
Emily Fish brings with her almost a decade’s experience in matrimonial law, divorce, separation, children disputes and financial matters. She began her legal career with Armitage Sykes before transferring to Ramsdens Solicitors in early 2017.
Emily is a member of Resolution, a national organisation of over 6,000 family lawyers and other professionals who are committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. She is also a member of The Law Society Family Law Panel. Emily will be based at Wilkinson Woodward’s Huddersfield office.
Tim began his career with a Leeds based law firm before joining Skipton-based Savage Crangle in the 1990s where he later became a partner.
Over the course of his career, Tim has developed a strong reputation in commercial law and brings with him three decades of experience in commercial and residential sales, plot sales and commercial law.
He will be based at Wilkinson Woodward’s Brighouse office and can provide expert commercial law and commercial property advice on a range of issues including the sale or purchase of assets or shares, incorporation, shareholder and partnership agreements, joint ventures, limited liability partnerships, lease agreements and financial matters.
Managing director Maureen Cawthorn said: “We’re delighted to welcome Tim and Emily to the team. Both are highly respected solicitors in their chosen fields. Their appointments form part of our continuing plans to expand in West Yorkshire.”