NI: CMG Cunningham Dickey Solicitors reopens in Newtownards

NI: CMG Cunningham Dickey Solicitors reopens in Newtownards

Pictured (l-r): Senior partners Jonathan Hewitt and Brian Speers; Amber Law of Danske Bank; partner Julie Ann Osborne; Paula Owens of Danske Bank; and senior partner Michael Robinson.

CMG Cunningham Dickey Solicitors has opened a new office in Newtownards, returning to the town for the first time since shuttering its former offices a number of years ago.

Partner Julie Ann Obsorne oversaw the acquisition and refurbishment of new 2,500 sq. ft premises on Mill Street, with the £200,000 investment being supported by Danske Bank.

The new office, which will create four to six new jobs, will meet client demands from Newtownards, the Ards Peninsula and further afield.

Ms Osborne told Irish Legal News: “We, as a firm, are excited to have reopened in Newtownards and are looking forward to helping our clients, old and new, with their legal issues.”

She added: “I personally specialise in all aspects of property law, wills, trusts and estates and farming law, and work with other solicitors in our firm that have expertise in different aspects of law to provide a full legal service for our clients. We deliver excellent service, together with expert legal knowledge and work hard to get the best result for our clients.”

CCD Solicitors currently employs 30 staff across three offices, including long-established offices in Belfast and Bangor. The firm can trace its roots in Newtownards to the early 1920s.

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