Ansons Solicitors, a prominent law firm in Staffordshire and the West Midlands, has appointed Alex-Jayne Lowe and David Smith, further strengthening the firm’s commitment to client service and regional growth.
Alex-Jayne Lowe joins Ansons as a Director in its expanding Commercial Property team. Hailed as a next-generation partner by the prominent Legal 500 guide, Alex-Jayne brings a wealth of expertise in commercial property law, underpinned by an innovative approach and a deep understanding of the regional business environment.
Based in the firm’s Dudley office, Alex-Jayne will collaborate closely with prominent Corporate Solicitor, Paul Bennett, working on a diverse portfolio of commercial property cases, advising on strategic growth plans, and handling a variety of property transactions.
“Our firm is excited to welcome Alex-Jayne to our team,” said Richard Saum, Managing Director at Ansons. “We look forward to integrating her insights into our operations to better serve our clients and strengthen our standing in the commercial property sector.”
At the same time, the firm has welcomed David Smith as an Associate Director in the Family Law team. Known for his robust ability to manage complex cases, David advises on the full spectrum of private family matters, with a special focus on divorce and separation, property and financial matters, and matters relating to residence and contact among others.
“It is great to be able to welcome David to the team,” added Martin de Ridder, Managing Director at Ansons Solicitors. “His strong track record of obtaining positive outcomes for clients during challenging times will undeniably be a valuable asset to our firm and clients.”
These appointments come as part of Ansons Solicitors’ ongoing commitment to providing top-tier legal services across Lichfield, Cannock, Sutton Coldfield, and Dudley. The addition of Alex-Jayne and David underscores the firm’s dedication to its growing client base and marks a significant step in the firm’s ongoing success within the commercial property and family law sectors.