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Reeds Solicitors

Work 01865 260230
Fax 01865 920067
Bristol, Cardiff, London, Oxford

South East: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general
Crime: general - ranked: tier 1

Reeds Solicitors

The 'outstanding' team at Reeds Solicitors is highly valued for its 'dedication to its clients and for having a good eye to clients' additional needs including mental health issues and other vulnerabilities'. Solicitor-advocate Stuart Matthews and Julian Richards are highly regarded and 'extremely good at mastering large and complex cases, with good advocacy skills and exceptional client care'. Other team members include solicitor-advocate Abigail Ashford and 'excellent advocate' and barrister Alistair Grainger. The team has a blend of criminal, prison and family law expertise, assisting both public and privately funded clients. It handles challenging cases concerned with homicides, large-scale drugs offences, sexual crimes and fraud.

Leading individuals

Stuart Matthews - Reeds Solicitors

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South East: Private client

Family: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40
Family: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40 - ranked: tier 3

Reeds Solicitors

Reeds Solicitors has developed a sophisticated family law practice, having originally been renowned as a criminal defence firm. Firm director Rod Fowler leads the Oxford office family law team and is personally noted for his work representing clients in public and private family law cases, receiving instructions regularly both from private individuals and from child care professionals. The practice also handles divorces and separations, care proceedings matters and financial claims.

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