Stowe Family Law opens an office in Sheffield

02 Jul 2020

Stowe Family Law has strengthened its Yorkshire roots by opening an office in Sheffield, its eighth in the county.  This takes the firm’s national presence to 23 offices, reinforcing its position as the country’s largest specialist family law practice.

Headed up by Regional Director, Rachel Roberts, who oversees the firm’s offices across Yorkshire and supported by Senior Solicitor Cheryl Grace and Solicitor Rebecca Moore, the Sheffield team brings a wealth of family law knowledge to the city.  

The team specialises in all aspects of family law including divorce, separation, cohabitation issues, nuptial agreements, arrangements for children and financial settlements.

As with all the firm’s offices, Sheffield will have access to a network of over 70 specialist family lawyers, together with its in-house Forensic Accountancy team who are trained to examine financial disclosure specifically within divorce proceedings.

Yorkshire Regional Director, Rachel Roberts said: 

 “I am delighted to be opening an office in Sheffield as part of our continued growth across the region and particularly into South Yorkshire. 

Cheryl and Rebecca are talented and empathetic lawyers and dedicated to achieving the best outcomes for their clients so that they can move forward with their lives.

We are looking forward to welcoming clients to our new office soon.”

Stowe Family Law Senior Partner Julian Hawkhead said:

“Stowe Family Law now has more specialist family lawyers than any other firm in the country, enabling us to provide the very best legal knowledge and experience to our clients.  

With 20 family lawyers in Yorkshire alone working across a network of offices, no matter what circumstances our clients face, we are able to expertly guide them through to the best result. 

He continues:

“I am very proud of the firm’s Yorkshire roots and opening an office in Sheffield is a natural step in our journey.”


Photographed: Rachel Roberts, Regional Director at Stowe Family Law.