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South West firm Stone King has merged with Cirencester’s Sewell Mullings & Logie to form private client-focused outfit Stone King Sewell.
South West firm Stone King has merged with Cirencester’s ;Sewell Mullings & Logie to form private client-focused outfit Stone King Sewell.
The combined firm, which has a turnover of £10m, sees the Bath, Cambridge and London offices of Stone King join forces with Sewells’ sole base in Cirencester.
Stone King Sewell head of private client John Brownrigg, who was head of private client at Stone King, said: “We now have 40 people doing probate tax trusts and 10 family lawyers. And there are no conflicts here on clients – we cover different sides of the M4.”
John ;Bartholomew, former senior partner at Sewells and deputy senior partner of the new firm, said Sewells can now offer clients a complete range of services.