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New office and new hire for Cheltenham law firm

Frank Smith & Co Solicitors has expanded its premises and team following substantial growth in the last year.

Over the past 12 months the firm's team has grown by 40 per cent, supporting numerous clients in the South-West and beyond. The growing firm works with some of the largest and most prestigious estates and private assets in the region, handling everything from the sale and purchase of land and farms, to preparing wills and powers of attorney and administering complex estates.

Now, it has moved to a new, larger heritage office in the prime location of Rodney Road, Cheltenham. Previously in Imperial Square, the new office has undergone a major refurbishment.

The new office will also be home to their latest recruit, paralegal, Nora Ibrahim, which brings the legal team up to seven.

Originally born in Finland, Nora emigrated to England as a young girl and obtained her law degree from the University of Gloucestershire. Having loved the area so much, Nora decided to remain in Gloucestershire to pursue her legal career.

She said: "I love being a part of Frank Smith & Co Solicitors as I am surrounded by bright and knowledgeable people that I can learn from.

"My favourite part of the job is assisting our clients with their matters, ensuring that they feel that the advice provided to them is both professional and personal."

Founded by Frank Smith in 2016, Frank Smith & Co Solicitors is said to collectively have over 100 years legal experience in property and private client law.

Frank Smith added: "We're proud to be a traditional law firm with a modern approach, offering a high quality, high-end service through and though."

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