East Anglian law firm Roythornes Solicitors has acquired 188 year-old Warrens Boyes & Archer, an established Huntingdon legal practice.
The acquisition “forms part of the growth strategy” for Roythornes as they “continue to place much emphasis on personal connectivity with clients and sharing one ethos across all offices,” according to Vember Mortlock, managing director.
Staff will move from Warrens Boyes & Archer alongside lead partner, Greg Archer, which will operate under the Roythornes brand.
Mr Archer plans to retire in the near future but will work from the firm’s Alconbury office as a consultant for the next five years.
Ms Mortlock commented: “Warrens Boyes & Archer has an impressive client base due to the strong relationships that Greg and his former partners have established as trusted advisers over many decades.
“The synergies with our current client base are also excellent and there is a lot of potential to add further value as well as knowledge sharing.”
Roythornes’ legal services across East Anglia covers a range of expertise, including agriculture, development, property, litigation, private client and family law with 200 of staff within the practice.
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