The Chenery Maher team are still here and we’re all in the same office, but we have now joined the fantastic team at Harrison Drury. Our merger with Harrison Drury means we’re working alongside specialists in areas of law we don’t currently cover, so we can meet all your needs, whatever they might be.
Our Clitheroe office will become a team of 19. Chenery Maher partners, Irene Chenery and Carol Maher, will continue to work as consultants for the firm.
Harrison Drury has a great reputation for its attention to client service and this makes them a perfect fit for our future aspirations. Merging with Harrison Drury gives continuity for our clients and the excellent team we have built over the years.
This is an exciting step for us and we are pleased to be moving forward as part of Harrison Drury.
If you have any questions about current or future cases, please contact our office on 01200 422264.
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