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Wider Family Law service for North Somerset

  • 8th Feb 2012

Local law firm, Wards Solicitors is pleased to announce changes to its Family Law practices in Clevedon and Weston-super-Mare offices.

Childcare specialist in Weston-super-Mare, Natalie Amor, has been admitted to the Law Society’s Children Law Panel, further strengthening this leading, regional practice. The Children Law Accreditation Scheme covers all types of children law work. Members are appointed when they have demonstrated that they have and maintain a high level of knowledge, skills, experience and practice in the area of children law.

This further strengthens the Wards Solicitors’ Family and Children Law specialism across the North Somerset region. Existing Children Law Panel member, Jayne Penney will be moving from Weston-super-Mare to the Clevedon office, thereby extending the firm’s Children Law capability across the region. Jayne has been a panel member for a number of years and joins existing Clevedon Children Law specialist, Suzanne Henderson.

People can easily access specialist legal advice, to help them resolve family disputes, at all Wards Solicitors offices, across North Somerset, South Gloucestershire and the Bristol area.

Head of Family Law, Georgina Peacock says, “It’s important to us that Wards Solicitors is there for everyone in the local community. Going through a relationship or family breakdown is highly traumatic, without worrying that your legal advisor might not understand your complicated child-related matters. We believe that everyone has a right to high-level, expert legal support during this time. This new accreditation means that we can broaden our regional spread and provide the very best service, at all Wards offices.”

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