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Andrew Jackson announces a new partner for its family team in York

Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP announces that Sarah Snow has joined its family law practice in York as a partner, as the firm continues to expand and strengthen its highly regarded team.

Since qualifying as a solicitor in 2008, Sarah has specialised in family law and has a broad range of experience in dealing with divorce, separation and complex financial applications and private children applications. She has advised clients on pre and post nuptial agreements, separation agreements, cohabitation disputes, and financial matters relating specifically to children. Sarah has particular expertise across a wide range of issues arising in disputes involving children, including in child abduction and removal from the jurisdiction cases.

Richard Hoare, partner, and head of private client services at Andrew Jackson Solicitors said: – “Sarah is a highly experienced family lawyer who demonstrates the utmost understanding and compassion with clients, whilst also ensuring that, where necessary, their matters are pursued in a rigorous and robust manner to achieve the best possible outcome.

“I am delighted to welcome Sarah to our practice, at a time when demand for our family law services remains exceptionally high. I have no doubt that Sarah’s commitment, experience and expertise will ensure that we continue to provide the highest quality legal advice, which is consistently recognised in independent client feedback.”

Sarah Snow said: – “Andrew Jackson is recognised as being one of the region’s leading family law practices, which is consistently praised by clients for the quality of its legal advice, understanding and expertise. I am excited to join the firm, which shares my commitment to delivering exceptional services tailored to clients’ specific requirements,” she added.

Andrew Jackson’s family law practice has, for several years, been top ranked by the Legal 500,  one of the UK’s leading independent guides to the legal profession. It has remained so in the recently published 2023 edition, which is available to view here: –