Silk Family Law strengthens in North Yorkshire

Silk Family Law strengthens in North Yorkshire

Silk Family Law has strengthened its North Yorkshire office with the appointment of solicitor Emily Crick.

Crick (pictured) joins the boutique family law firm in Aske Stables from Stockport law practice Gorvins.

A law graduate from the University of East Anglia, Crick has four years of experience of working in family law.

She has provided advice on family law matters to Police Federation members, and has a particular interest in children matters with an international aspect.

Margaret Simpson, who founded Silk Family Law seven years ago with solicitor Kim Fellowes and barrister Ian Kennerley, said: “Emily is a talented lawyer whose interests and skills in financial matters and children’s work will make her an invaluable member of our team.”

Crick said: “I feel privileged to join a firm with Silk’s enviable reputation. I am particularly interested in Silk’s expertise in advising farming and landowning businesses on family law matters as my partner’s parents are local farmers.”

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