Two property experts have joined one of Bromsgrove’s largest law firms.
David Faulkner has been appointed as an associate at High Street-based mfg Solicitors, while Stephanie Rushfirth joins the firm as a solicitor.
The pair will assist in a growing case load as the company handles a wide range of property matters from across the local area and the wider region.
David has many years of experience specialising in residential property - including sales, purchases, re-mortgages, transfers of equity, purchase of freeholds, lease extensions and auction sales.
Stephanie, meanwhile, brings several years of litigation experience including dealing with complex residential and commercial land and property related disputes.
David, from Worcester, said “mfg is a highly respected firm with first-class credentials in all areas of law. I look forward to doing all I can to build on and develop that reputation further in the months and years ahead. It is an exciting move for me.”
Stephanie, who lives in Bromsgrove, added: “I’m pleased to have joined mfg Solicitors. It is a friendly, growing firm with a fantastic reputation here in Bromsgrove and I look forward to playing my part in the firm’s future success.”
David will work closely with partner Peter Simner, head of the firm’s residential property division. Stephanie, meanwhile, will report to partner and property litigation specialist, Harjie Singh Bindra.
Chairman Maynard Burton, said: “Both David and Stephanie bring a wealth of experience and I am delighted to welcome them to mfg. On the back of a growing number of instructions from clients, we are seeing a strong period of growth and that needs the best lawyers to be part of our wider property team.”
The firm’s Bromsgrove office has continued to welcome new clients this year and this summer mfg will mark six years since it merged with Bromsgrove legal practice, Scotts Holt & Sellars.