Finger on the button of change; LEGAL & FINANCE.
Button & Co has followed many others to become a limited liability partnership.
It will have three partners - now termed members - in solicitors Nick Button, Louise Barber and Neil Ireland.
The company, renamed Button Legal, will continue to practise under the Button & Co name, but it is hoped the change will allow expansion of the firm, which offers everything from conveyancing and commercial property to licensing issues, matrimonial law and wills and probate.
Mr Button, who set up Button & Co nearly 20 years ago, is joined in the running of the firm by Ms Barber, a matrimonial law specialist and advanced member of the Legal Society Family Law Panel and Mr Ireland, a commercial property law specialist with particular experience in the liquor licensing field.
Mr Button said: "Working in partnership with Louise and Neil seemed the natural way forward to evolve the business, as we all share the same vision.
"We are looking to build on the excellent reputation the business has built up over the past 19 years and continue to provide high-quality service to clients throughout Coventry, Warwickshire and the wider Midlands region.
"Becoming an LLP in the legal sector may seem like a break from tradition but we believe it is the right direction to take in today's ever-changing business climate and would recommend other independent practices to follow suit."
Nick Button (middle) with Louise Barber and Neil Ireland of newly-formed Button Legal
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Apr 27, 2007|
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