Partner promotions at Wrigleys Solicitors

Partner promotions at Wrigleys Solicitors

Wrigleys Solicitors has promoted four lawyers across the firm’s offices in Sheffield, Leeds and Newcastle.

The firm’s new partners, Charlotte Dyson, Kieran McIvor and Laura Moss in Yorkshire, and Fiona Wharton in Newcastle, are all experts in their respective fields.

Dyson works in Wrigleys’s Court of Protection and personal injury trust team. She is also a director of its trust corporation, Wrigleys Trustees Limited, and acts as deputy, professional Trustee and attorney.

She has spent her whole legal career at Wrigleys after training and qualifying at the firm in 2010.

McIvor qualified as a solicitor in 2010 and joined Wrigleys’s private client department, from a leading firm in Harrogate, in 2015.

He is a member of the landed estates and probate teams within the department. His expertise includes advising farmers and landowners on all private client matters, the preparation of complex wills involving overseas assets, and advising on high-value inheritance tax and capital gains tax planning. 

Moss qualified as a solicitor in 2011. She joined the Wrigleys charities and social economy team in 2015 after a short break to cycle round the world.  She advises on a wide range of third sector matters while working with charities, social enterprises and community groups, with a particular interest in community-led housing.

Wharton joined Wrigleys from a large corporate firm based in Newcastle upon Tyne where she was a partner and head of the charities team.

She now leads the charities and social economy practice in Wrigleys’s Newcastle office

Marie-Louise Hamilton, managing partner at Wrigleys, said of the promotions: “I very much look forward to working with the new partners as they continue to develop their areas of expertise and support the firm with its strategic plan, delivering excellent, specialist advice to new and existing clients.”

Pictured, clockwise from top left: Charlotte Dyson, Kieran McIvor, Laura Moss and and Fiona Wharton
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