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All change at Tallents Solicitors as firm continues to grow

Tallents Solicitors is delighted to announce the promotion of Alistair Millar to Senior Partner from May 2022. He will now head up the firm from the Newark office following the retirement of Mark Hawkins.

Since qualifying as a solicitor in 1996 and joining Tallents Solicitors in 2003, Alistair has built up a wealth of experience in both residential and commercial property law and is Head of the Conveyancing Department at Tallents Solicitors. He is highly regarded across the East Midlands as the firm’s agricultural law specialist, dealing with all aspects of farming law and rural business issues.

Partners Andy Stout, Head of Family and Children Law, and Stephanie Whitchurch, Head of Litigation and a solicitor specialising in personal and commercial dispute resolution will continue to support Alistair at the Newark office.

Partner Vili Chung, a highly experienced solicitor in both commercial and residential property law has moved from Mansfield to supervise the Southwell office.

Partners Sarah Allen, Head of Wills, Trusts and Probate, and Mat Derbyshire an experienced solicitor in children and family law, will supervise the Mansfield office.

Also recently joining Tallents are solicitors Amy Cook and Oliver Emmett, who are working in the Property Department at Newark. The Mansfield office welcomes solicitor Kimberley Rhule to their Family Law department.

Alistair said: “Tallents Solicitors have been helping more than nine generations of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire citizens since 1774 and it’s wonderful to see the firm still growing so strongly nearly 250 years later. It’s a testament to the hard work and commitment of our staff towards their clients, that we are still one of the oldest law firms in the East Midlands and possibly the UK.

“As Senior Partner, I am looking forward to overseeing the continued success and growth of Tallents Solicitors as we move towards our quarter century milestone of legal service to the people of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.”