by Anne-Lise Wall
The legal partnership of Merrony Wall was formed in 1991, as a niche practice principally offering a specialised service for Family Law, but also including conveyancing and litigation. Its ethos was a commitment to excellence and client care, which was reinforced by all members of the Firm and fostered the principal goal of providing a highly professional and personal service. The firm stared practicing at Holly Road Twickenham but soon expanded and moved first to premises above M & S in Heath Road, and then to larger premises in Hampton Road.
As founding partners, Elaine Merrony and I (Anne-Lise Wall) both had young children and ran the firm adopting the above ethos whilst being mindful of our roles as mothers.
Merrony Wall was one of the first firms in London to obtain a Legal Aid Franchise, thereby demonstrating excellent levels of management and organisational ability. This was reinforced when the firm obtained the CQS qualification for residential conveyancing in 2012.
Operating from conveniently situated offices in Twickenham, the Firm was ideally placed to satisfy a real local need for wide ranging legal services. Whilst a key focus of the Firm was Family Law, it offered Residential and Commercial Conveyancing, Company and Commercial Law and Litigation to suit both the local residential and business communities and those based in Town who found the main line station provided easy access, without incurring City or West End costs.
In January 2013 Merrony Wall merged with Morrisons Solicitors and moved to Teddington in May 2013, where I continue to deal with Family Law cases and Victoria Cotterell deals with Residential Conveyancing.
To contact Morrisons Solicitors in Teddington please visit https://www.morrlaw.com/teddington/ or contact Anne-Lise Wall by email [email protected] or call 020 8614 4570.
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