Latest news - Stephensons

Busting myths around cohabitation - cohabitating misconceptions

Cohabiting couples or common law partners have now replaced the traditional married couple as the fastest growing relationship status in the UK. Cohabitees have increased by 25.8% over the last ten years*, as more and more couples decide not to walk down...

Stephensons appoints new family law solicitor

The national law firm, Stephensons, has appointed a new solicitor in its family law  department as the firm continues to experience growing demand for its specialist family law services. Rachel Benett joins Stephensons’ Manchester office...

Six newly qualified solicitors appointed at Stephensons

The national law firm, Stephensons is celebrating the appointment of six newly qualified solicitors following the successful completion of their traineeship. Of the six newly qualified solicitors, five have undertaken a rigorous two-year training...

Stephensons appointed to NEPO legal services panel

The national law firm, Stephensons, has been appointed to the North East Purchasing Organisation (NEPO) legal panel for a total of six legal service specialisms. Following the invitation to tender for NEPO’s £60million multiple lot...

Two promotions in the Stephensons family department

The national law firm, Stephensons, has announced two new associate solicitors in its family law department. Emma Roberts, based in the firm’s Manchester office and Nicola Clayton, in Wigan, receive their associateship effective immediately. ...

Stephensons to become a dementia friendly law firm

We are delighted to confirm that in the remaining months of 2019 and throughout 2020 Stephensons will be working towards becoming a “dementia friendly” organisation. Dementia Friends is an initiative set up by The Alzheimers Society to...

Asbestos puts students at risk on campus - building material found in 74% of English university buildings

As the new academic year gets underway, students and staff are facing an asbestos risk at a high number of top-ranking English universities, as national law firm reveals almost two-thirds have asbestos in campus buildings. A Freedom of Information (FOI)...

Legal 500 success for Stephensons

The 2020 edition of The Legal 500 has awarded Stephensons top tier status for a fifth consecutive year and once again recognises the firm’s breadth and depth of legal services. The Legal 500 is the definitive guide to the legal profession and each...

Stephensons a big winner at the LFS Conveyancing Awards 2019

The national law firm, Stephensons, has collected three awards at the LFS Conveyancing Awards in Birmingham.  The firm was named Overall Conveyancing Firm of the Year, Direct Conveyancing Firm of the Year and Regional Conveyancing Firm of the Year...

Generation Z get practical not romantic ahead of tying the knot

Female Generation Zers are keen to sign-up to practical, rather than romantic, agreements before walking down the aisle - a leading UK divorce lawyer says, as new online YouGov research reveals young people’s feelings towards prenuptial agreements ...
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