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Furley Page has promoted five senior solicitors to associate level.
Anne Blenkinsop, Sarah Bogard, Nicola Hopper, Nicola Rostron and Catherine Wolstencroft are all based in the firm's Canterbury office.
Blenkinsop specialises in relationship breakdowns, Bogard in wills and estate planning, Hopper and Rostron in the administration of estates and Wolstencroft in all matters relating to commercial property law.
Furley Page senior partner Peter Hawkes said: "Only senior solicitors can become associates and it's a way of acknowledging an individual's significant contribution to the team."