This article was published on August 16th, 2013
Macclesfield based Thorneycroft Solicitors has recently welcomed a familiar face back to their firm, as they continue to expand their Private Client department.
Up until December 2011 Kirsten Boardman was an integral part of the Thorneycroft Solicitors team, but for the last twenty months she has been part of a leading law firm in Bristol where in addition to running case load, she has been responsible for training a newly qualified solicitor and a trainee case handler.
Having joined Thorneycroft Solicitors in 2006 immediately after graduating from Manchester University, Kirsten qualified as a solicitor in 2010 having gained experience in a number of areas including personal injury, conveyancing, Wills and Probate, family matters and Lasting Powers of Attorney as well as estate and tax planning.
During this period of time in Macclesfield, Kirsten developed a broad client base among local residents and also took part in a number of charity related events.
The opportunity to return to the area, and Thorneycroft Solicitors in particular, was one that Kirsten found impossible to resist and she is now looking forward to helping the firm continue to develop the range of services that it provides to local people.
“Thorneycroft Solicitors have built up a superb name for themselves, during the past two decades, by providing excellent levels of advice and customer service.“ said Kirsten. She added “This, and the opening of a further office in Buxton, demonstrated to me their ambitions for the future.”
Thorneycroft Solicitors’ Managing Director Rachel Stow is delighted to have been able to welcome Kirsten back to the firm.
She explained “Having qualified with us, Kirsten developed a substantial client base locally and many individuals and families are delighted that she will now be able to look after their legal requirements once again.”
Kirsten will be based at Thorneycroft Solicitor’s offices at Bridge Street Mills, where the firm now employs over 150 people, making it one of the larger employers in the town.