Evolve Family Law Celebrate 6 Year Anniversary

We recently caught up with Evolve Family Law, who have just celebrated their sixth birthday and recruited an additional two senior solicitors. Robin Charrot, divorce and financial settlement solicitor and head of the Evolve Whitefield office reflects on their continued expansion.
‘’When I set up Evolve with my co-founder and children law expert Louise Halford, we believed there was a need for a niche legal practice specialising in family law and private client matters, providing the kind of expertise you normally only find in the city centre, but without the sky high prices of city centre law firms, with an emphasis on personal, friendly service. I know that if I need to speak to a professional; whether that is a doctor, solicitor or an accountant, I want to be able to speak to a named qualified person who will not only take the time to listen to me but has the knowledge and expertise I need to help me reach a resolution.”
“Those core principles have driven Evolve’s continued expansion over the last twelve months with the appointment of family law solicitor, Rachael Wood, and Wills and estate administration solicitor, Judith Chesters. We recruited them not just because they are experts in their fields but because they have an empathetic solution-based approach, like all of our other lawyers.
It means that picking up the phone and speaking to anyone at Evolve is not intimidating and does not feel as if you are talking to someone who does not really care about you or your problem.”
“Running a business in the midst of a global pandemic has been hard, but during that time the Evolve team have really become part of the Bury and Whitefield community, and the Google reviews from our clients speak for themselves. I can’t wait to see what we can achieve in the next six years!’’


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