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Magnus Mill appointed by Rubric to head up new London office

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Rubric, a solicitors' chambers based in the city of Bath, has appointed former Manches family law partner Magnus Mill to run its new London office. He will join commercial lawyer Candace Kendall, who also joined Rubric recently.

Magnus will provide the firm with an emphasis on divorce and separation, financial claims arising on the breakdown of marriages and other relationships, private law children issues and Hague Convention proceedings. He also has substantial expertise in non-contentious work including prenuptial and cohabitation agreements and is an experienced collaborative lawyer. Magnus will head up the new City office on Fetter Lane, while also serving the Rubric's clients from the south west of England.

Magnus says: ‘Our new central London office offers a top-level specialist family law service for high net worth clients at costs which are considerably lower than those which they would be asked to pay elsewhere.'

For further information please visit  www.rubriclaw.com

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