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Recommended by The Legal 500 for Family Law

By Andrew Woolley, on Tuesday October 28, 2014 at 3:20pm

Making sure people can find out about your law firm and that it is a reputable firm is increasingly important in a crowded marketplace, which is why being included in The Legal 500 directory is such a big deal.

Divorce and family law clients even happier with Woolley & Co services

By Woolley & Co, on Tuesday July 9, 2013 at 5:04pm

Divorce and family law firm Woolley & Co celebrate very positive results from latest client satisfaction survey. Clients were asked to rate the firm for things like the quality of advice given, keeping them informed, availability of their lawyer and speed of response and improvements were seen in all of these areas since the last survey two years ago. So much so that in no area do more than 8% of clients express any level of dissatisfaction. “All current clients...

More couples split over money worries, says national family law firm

By Woolley & Co, on Monday April 15, 2013 at 5:23pm

Money troubles are causing more couples to seek divorce than ever before, a survey has revealed. While sex in one form or another is still the number one factor mentioned when couples split – in 44 per cent of cases – money issues are now cited in 30 per cent of divorces, up from just 11 per cent five years ago when the last survey was carried out. And with benefit cuts due to hit thousands of families across the country from April 2013,...

Social media hat trick

By Woolley & Co, on Tuesday February 19, 2013 at 2:01pm

Woolley & Co has had a presence on Facebook and Twitter for some time but we’ve only recently completed our social media hat trick by joining the ranks of Google+. Having experienced the benefits of Twitter for connecting with useful contacts as well as broadcasting news about what we’ve been up to and joined the realms of Facebook to connect informally with useful organisations like Relate, Gingerbread and others, we thought it was about time we...

Collaborative law gives control in divorce

By Woolley & Co, on Monday January 7, 2013 at 9:01am

Choosing a collaborative approach to divorce gives control back to couples and is more likely to achieve an acceptable settlement all round, according to a family solicitor in Stoke on Trent. The specific approach to divorce, imported from the United States and gathering more traction now in the UK, sees both parties agree to discuss division of assets, financial settlements and arrangements for children in a non-confrontational way, and without involving the courts. Catherine Edmondson, a long-time Staffordshire lawyer, who...

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