North West merger creates £7m practice

North West merger creates £7m practice

Chester rivals join forces

The merger of two Chester firms has created a large mid-tier firm in the
North West region, comprising 14 partners and 130 staff.

The new practice, known as Mitchell Charlesworth, follows the merger of
Mitchell Charlesworth, and Tollit & Stockton and will be based at the
former’s office in Chester.

It will begin operating as a merged firm from August. 

The merger will see Tollit & Stockton’s partner Rob Hall join Mitchell
Charlesworth as a partner, while Jon Mathias, also a partner, will act as a
consultant.

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