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Cambridge law firm CB4Law becomes FLG in merger




A Cambridge law firm has changed its name after a merger with the Family Law Group (FLG).

CB4Law, on Milton Road, joined forces with FLG, a legal firm specialising in family law with offices across the Midlands and Home Counties.

Family Law Group celebrate its merger with CB4Law
Family Law Group celebrate its merger with CB4Law

FLG is not only retaining existing CB4Law staff, but also creating job opportunities in the local area with additional roles being created for administrative and legal experts.

Simon Matthews, who founded CB4Law some 19 years ago, said the merger and transformation under the FLG branding and infrastructure will be hugely beneficial to both the firm and its clients.

He said: “We have grown the firm organically over the years with a team of committed professionals, and moving forward as FLG will offer our clients a wider range of family law services and expertise, whilst maintaining the highest client and service values, which has made us such a success.

“We undertook an extensive search within our region to find the right firm to take us forward to a new stage of growth and the outstanding credentials of FLG and its lawyers stood out.”

FLG began its professional practice in 2005, with its Nottingham head office and has since grown organically with Cambridge becoming its tenth office.

Dan Cooper, director at FLG, was delighted with the link-up.

He added: “We are excited and honoured to be supporting the people in the Cambridge area and look forward to building many strong relationships and becoming a valued part of the community in the coming years.

“Family law is an incredibly complex legal area and we have built up a team of lawyers and support staff which is enviable in terms of expertise and reputation. Our staff have, and continue to provide the highest quality of service for our clients. So we relish the opportunity to work with Simon and his team, and also his clients and the people of Cambridgeshire.”

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