DMH Stallard opens new office in Guildford

20 Nov 2015


Richard Pollins, DMH Stallard Managing Partner and Charles Pfister, Senior Guildford Partner, at the firm’s new offices, Wonersh House

Leading South-East law firm DMH Stallard will complete its move to brand new offices in Guildford, effective 23 November 2015. The new office, located at Wonersh House, The Guildway, is in a modern office development located just South of Guildford.

The move follows DMH Stallard’s merger in January, with Guildford based firm AWB Partnership and is the next stage of DMH Stallard’s ambition to expand its presence in Guildford. The new office will allow DMH Stallard to continue to serve its growing client base of individuals and businesses in Guildford, Farnham and throughout Surrey.

The new office will bring together over 40 professionals including ten Partners as the firm relocates its existing Guildford team and its Farnham operation into one centre.

Richard Pollins, managing partner of DMH Stallard, comments:

“At the start of 2015 we announced our merger with AWB Partnership and our strategic plans to grow critical mass in Guildford. It was always our intention to create a new centre in Guildford and to grow market share in Surrey as the firm continues to expand.”

“I’m delighted that this important step has now been completed .“

DMH Stallard now has a total of 60 partners with key centres in Surrey, Sussex and London.

The firm’s new office in Guildford, is easily accessible and benefits from extensive onsite car parking.

For further information, please contact:

Dani Bennett at

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