25 July, 2016
Matthew, who is based in Blackburn, has developed long-term relationships with many sole trader and SME clients and helped them on projects ranging from the lease of shops and restaurants to larger scale developments of multiple unit housing developments.
His work has involved a wide range of other commercial property matters including option and overage agreements, pre-planning arrangements, secured lending work, general landlord and tenant matters and dealing with the property aspects of business shares sales.
Adam Bromley, Head of Commercial Property, at Forbes said: "Our Commercial Team deals with an incredibly wide range of work for a wide variety of clients and we are delighted to have recruited someone as talented and enthusiastic as Matthew to help us with that work."
Matthew said: "I am delighted to have taken the opportunity of working with Forbes. I am looking forward to the challenge of improving and developing my department, and myself and providing very best of client care and service."
Forbes is one of the leading law firms in the North with 320 staff including 39 partners and nine offices.