Compensation Partners Lawyers to relaunch as Kingsley Lawson Lawyers

Compensation Partners Lawyers to relaunch as Kingsley Lawson Lawyers

Since launching in 2013, Compensation Partners Lawyers, specialists in compensation law, have witnessed a solid growth in operation.

With a staff of 16 in offices across New South Wales and Queensland, the boutique law firm has built its reputation on integrity, dexterity and expertise in the area of compensation law.

As founder and Managing Principal Philippe Paquet (pictured below) explains this strong framework has enabled the firm to initiate new and exciting directions.

Directions that will, in fact, position the firm as a leading boutique offering, with more comprehensive areas of specialty.

With the evolution of the firm at the forefront of the business's growth in 2019, a considered trajectory has allowed Compensation Partner Lawyers to ensure they are diligently servicing clients in a holistic and integrated manner.

"Over the last six months the firm has quietly undergone an evolution. Within this, we have operated a related trading entity, Legal Edge Lawyers, establishing and growing practices beyond just compensation law, to include family law, conveyancing, wills and estates," says Paquet.

The initial and ongoing success of these new practice areas has led to a decision within the firm to amalgamate the Compensation Partners Lawyers and Legal Edge Lawyers brands into one multi-disciplinary practice.

Paquet considers this evolution into a multi-disciplinary firm to be timely, and a benchmark for sustained future direction.

With this exciting move in the firm's trajectory, Compensation Partners Lawyers is pleased to announce the firm's new operating name - Kingsley Lawson Lawyers.

With a solid base of expertise across a multitude of practice areas compensation law and now including family law, conveyancing, wills and estates, Kingsley Lawson Lawyers will continue to strive for and deliver successful outcomes for clients across several disciplines.

"We are incredibly grateful for the ongoing support of our clients - both past and present - as it has played such a valuable role in our journey to date. However, our story is only just beginning - we look forward to an exciting future of growth, not only in the firm itself, but in our relationships with each and every one of our clients," says Paquet.

For more information about Kingsley Lawson Lawyers visit www.kingsleylawson.com.au

This article was written in partnership with Kingsley Lawson Lawyers.

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