Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace to double its Stonehaven legal business



Pictured (L-R): Gordon Ritchie, Naomi Mearns, Scott Rennie and Keith Allan

Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has increased its Stonehaven presence through the acquisition of local law firm Connons of Stonehaven (Connons).

Naomi Mearns, partner and Stonehaven branch principal at RCCW, will be working closely with Scott Rennie, associate solicitor at Connons, to spearhead the project and enable a smooth transition. Mr Rennie will continue to support clients in his new role as part of the RCCW team.

Managing partner Keith Allan said: “We are one of the oldest established firms serving Aberdeen and the North-east area. Our commitment to growth in the local area is evident by the recent acquisitions of Winchesters in Ellon and now Connons in Stonehaven, which link with our overarching strategy.”

Member of the Royal Victorian Order, Gordon Ritchie, principal at Connons, who will be retiring as a solicitor, added: “I am delighted about the transfer of my business as I have great faith in my colleagues at RCCW. We have the same local focus and strong values and I know that our long established clients will be provided with the same high quality services they have come to expect from us.”

Connons has a long history in Stonehaven. The legal firm has been supporting its clients with residential, commercial and private client matters since 1905 when James B. Connon opened his first business in the Market Buildings.

Following the acquisition, which completes on 30th May this year, the expanded business will be based in the existing RCCW office in Market Buildings, Stonehaven.



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