Family lawyer Liz Davies is based near Ludlow in Shropshire and serves clients in the local area as well as nationally and internationally. She specialises in divorce, relationship breakdown, financial issues, and cases involving children. She has been to the Royal Courts of Justice in London on a number of occasions regarding complex children issues.
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Our divorce and family lawyers work flexibly using telephone and email which means we can serve clients around the country.
My clients tend to come from the following counties:
- Mid East Wales
- Mid West Wales
- North Wales
- West Midlands
In addition I serve clients needing help in Expat Divorce
Chartered Legal Executive
Woolley & Co Solicitors
PO Box 167
|0845 680 0587 || |
“Having spent the early part of my career in the Black Country, I joined a Worcestershire-based firm where I began specialising in family law as far back as 1989. I remained there for over 20 years and was an Associate of the firm before joining Woolley & Co in August 2010.
I like to create a good rapport with my clients and am described as “straight to the point” with my Black Country manner! I do pride myself on always being accessible to clients to help with any worries they may have, and ensure that I give them clear, comprehensive advice.
As a member of Resolution I fully believe in negotiation to try and resolve family matters in a conciliatory and non-adversarial way. I’m also a member of the Family Law Accreditation Scheme run by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
In my spare time I love to watch local and international rugby, and am a season ticket holder for Worcester Warriors. My two boys keep me very busy and I take an active role in their school community, being a parent governor. I also enjoy reading, walking the dogs and looking after our eleven chickens.”
- Expert advice with no jargon
- Free half-hour consultation
- Quick to respond
- Location no barrier
- Fixed Fees
- Family law specialists
- Divorce and separation
- Getting a fair financial settlement
- Seeing your children after you split
- Legal arrangements before you marry or live together