New Appointments at Warners Solicitors
Warners Solicitors, with offices in Sevenoaks and Tonbridge, has appointed eight new members of staff
Leading expert Martin Terrell has joined, along with Heather West, Niki Tarrant and Tara Millen, to head up a new Court of Protection team. Eleanor Norman has moved over from Warners’ Sevenoaks office to join them in Tonbridge. Martin is a well-known and acknowledged expert in Court of Protection matters. He is recognised as a leading individual by legal directories, The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners. Martin has lectured and written extensively on Court of Protection and elderly client matters.
John Beynon has joined the Corporate, Commercial & IP team as a consultant solicitor. John has over 30 years’ experience in business law, employment law and commercial litigation. He has acted for individuals and business organisations of all sizes.
Kevin Gladwell has joined Warners’ Private Client team, having worked for law firms in both Canterbury and Chatham. He is currently appointed as a Deputy District Judge (Magistrates Courts) and sits throughout London and the South East.
Warners has also appointed solicitor Julie Dann to its Family team in Sevenoaks. Julie previously worked for a firm in Maidstone and specialises in divorce, separation, matrimonial finances and children matters.
Tim McHugo has joined the busy Commercial Property department in Tonbridge. Tim has a broad range of commercial property experience and specialises in acting for landlords and tenants in granting and renewing leases, and in the purchase and sale of development sites.
Mark Davis, Senior Partner at Warners said: “We are delighted to be welcoming so many new members of staff at this exciting time. The new dedicated Court of Protection team will add a valuable new service to the provision of assistance to the elderly and vulnerable for which our Private Client department already has an excellent reputation.” He added, “We are also very pleased to have John, Kevin, Julie and Tim on board to bolster our busy teams.”