Woolley & Co welcomes Divorce and family lawyer Michelle Brammer, based in Melbourne, Derbyshire.
For the last twenty years she has worked in divorce and family law in Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire, and in that time has had a wide range of clients from farmers to politicians, business owners to home makers. She first became interested in law after reading To Kill A Mockingbird which led to her doing two years of a law degree at Nottingham before the strain of working full time and studying took their toll. She was taken on by a law firm where she could complete her training and that is where she got her first taste of family law.
Solicitors at a national family law firm Woolley & Co, Solicitors raised a glass last week to celebrate 20 years in business.
Woolley & Co, Solicitors based at Wellesbourne, near Warwick, was founded in 1996 by managing partner Andrew Woolley (centre), who wanted to use plain English with clients and offer a friendly family law specialist service.
An English lawyer has told how she has been forced to leave her adopted home country after airport security concerns highlighted by Britain ensured it remained a no-go zone for many tourists.
Ali Ratchford returned to the UK with her husband and son in February after six years living in the tourist hotspot of Sharm el Sheikh.
Resolution has announced that a new Family Law Children Arbitration Scheme ('the Children Scheme') has been developed which will launch later this year to take its place alongside the established financial scheme. The new scheme will offer the opportunity to resolve disputes concerning the exercise of parental responsibility and other private law issues about the welfare of children by arbitration.
Couples thinking of divorcing are increasingly turning to bite-sized videos to find information on the process before visiting a solicitor.
The revealing insight into modern-day divorce habits comes from leading family law firm Woolley & Co, Solicitors.
Statistics show access to the internet from mobile phones has more than doubled to 58 per cent between 2010 and 2014, with 68 per cent of adults accessing information online while on the move, which is making the divorce videos more and more popular.