Stowe Family Law announces the acquisition of Crisp & Co Solicitors  


 Stowe Family Law (Stowe) have announced that it has acquired Crisp & Co Solicitors, a family law firm supporting clients across England, from 17 office locations, including Kingston, Central London, and Manchester.  


Acquiring the business will strengthen Stowe’s status as the UK’s largest specialist family law firm. The acquisition will build upon the firm’s presence in London, adding over 10 new locations to its portfolio in the capital, and further offices across the south of England, stretching from Brighton to Bath.  


The addition of the talented Crisp & Co team will increase the firm’s ability to support clients facing family law issues, including divorce, child arrangements and financial matters, while continuing to offer tailored solutions to meet individual client needs. 


Ken Fowlie, Chairman at Stowe, said of the acquisition:  


“The addition of the Crisp & Co team to the Stowe family will add depth and breadth to our offering and help us expand our presence in London and across the South and Southeast, especially. Enquiries into the firm continue their strong upward trend and the acquisition of Crisp & Co will help us support more families as they navigate the issues associated with a relationship breakdown.” 


Ken continued:  

“As we continue to pursue our aspiration to be the UK’s leading family law practice, the addition of Crisp & Co is another exciting step towards our goal. I am delighted to welcome Henry, Michelle, and the entire Crisp team to Stowe.  It will be terrific to work together as a larger team given the close cultural alignment we have felt as we have worked together on this project.” 


Heading up the new team, Stowe’s Regional Director for London & the Southeast, Jemma Slavin, said:  


“We’re delighted to welcome Crisp & Co and its talented team of specialist family lawyers to Stowe. This acquisition reinforces our dedication to exceptional service and will allow us to better serve our growing number of clients across the UK, particularly in London.” 


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