17 January, 2018
Leading Dorset law firm Steele Raymond LLP has further strengthened its family team with the appointment of a new Head of Family Law at its head office in Bournemouth.
Family lawyer Daniel Sanders joins Steele Raymond as a Partner, arriving with over 13 years’ experience as a family law solicitor having already built a reputation as being part of, and leading, successful family law teams across the South Coast.
Hampshire-born Daniel has wide-ranging experience in all family related issues and offers particular expertise in handling complex financial settlements on divorce including proceedings through the High Court.
Daniel’s work also covers complex children cases, the law concerning unmarried families and asset protection by way of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Commenting on his appointment, Daniel said:
“Steele Raymond has a very strong reputation in family law that spans across the South Coast. I’m delighted to be joining at a very positive time for the firm which has seen remarkable growth over the last three years. The vision and outstanding client service ethos at Steele Raymond is exceptional and I am really looking forward to playing a part in continuing that growth into the future. I am very much client-focussed in my work and I aim to achieve objectives through tailored advice which is always practical, commercial and realistic.”
The Steele Raymond family team already have an excellent reputation across Dorset and the South Coast having recently extended their family services in Southbourne with the recent appointment of family mediator Michelle Bettell.
Peter Rolph, Managing Partner and head of the firm’s Dispute Resolution team at Steele Raymond, said:
“We are delighted to welcome Daniel, someone who was well known to the firm having worked together collaboratively on a number of complex client matters. The depth of his experience in complex and high value cases will strengthen our family team’s offering in each of our offices. Daniel’s reputation as one of the leading family lawyers in the South and his commitment to outstanding client service was a key factor in his appointment.”