Docklands Solicitors joins the Whitehead Monckton team
Welcome to our new website and branding following our merger with Whitehead Monckton.
We are delighted the merger has completed on schedule and we now have the support and expertise of the large team at Whitehead Monckton. With specialist lawyers across all areas, this will really complement our team and the services we can offer. The support includes specialists in IT, HR, Business Development, Finance and Compliance, all essential to run a modern and efficient law firm.
Alex Bak who specialises in Commercial Property and Katie Broadfield who specialises in Tax and Estate Planning are two very experienced lawyers who are already familiar figures in the Docklands offices. They will formally transfer to the Docklands offices from 3rd October.
Over recent months there have been numerous visits to the Whitehead Monckton offices by the Docklands team and our welcome has always been great.
You will already see from the website the new branding and this is echoed in our literature and signage. As the year progresses we will be planning a formal relaunch and embarking on new advertising and promotions.
In the meantime do feel free to call in to the offices, meet the new members of the team and find out the wider range of services we can now offer, backed by Whitehead Monckton’s experience and expertise.
Rebecca Wigglesworth commented, “We are delighted to be joining with Whitehead Monckton to enable us to offer our clients a greater range of specialist legal services. We will benefit from Whitehead Monckton’s strong central services especially in areas such as business support and IT which will help to open up new avenues for us and enable us to have a greater presence in Docklands. We are very much looking forward to this next stage of our development”
Stephen Beck, Managing Director of Whitehead Monckton, added, “This merger has been a pleasure to manage and we’re looking forward to offering our advice and support to Docklands existing and new clients as we move forward.”