LCF Law has appointed two new solicitors bolstering its personal law team which is based across the firm’s Bradford, Leeds, Ilkley and Harrogate offices.
Deborah Kay has been appointed as an associate solicitor. She previously worked for Ramsdens and has almost 20 years of experience in personal and property law.
Amjed Zaman has been appointed as a solicitor. He previously worked for The Co-operative’s Legal Services division and brings five years of legal experience to the role.
Both will provide a wide-range of personal legal services covering wills, probate, trusts, court of protection, family matters as well as tax and estate planning.
Neil Shaw, Partner and head of personal law at LCF Law says: “Our personal law team has an enviable reputation in the industry for simplifying a huge range of traditionally complicated issues and providing efficient and affordable solutions to problems.
“Since the start of the year, demand has surged for our services and these latest appointments will enable us to continue building on the level of service that our clients have come to expect.
“Deborah and Amjed both have impeccable credentials and are extremely well-placed to provide our valued clients with the very best advice, guidance and mediation required to solve any number of personal legal issues.”
LCF Law recently announced its merger with Barber Titleys. The firm’s has an unrivalled reputation for providing personal legal advice to clients in Harrogate and North Yorkshire and operates from offices on North Park Road.