Collaborative family lawyers
Expertly trained to settle divorce disputes
The collaborative family law process requires each person to appoint a collaboratively trained lawyer. You, your partner and your lawyers meet to discuss things face to face, rather than the traditional route which involves the exchange of correspondence.
Our collaborative lawyers are all fully trained to use this modern method of approaching divorce or separation without involving the courts. Select a lawyer and contact them directly or request a call and we will arrange for a relevantly qualified lawyer to make contact.
You will find me to be friendly and approachable and I’m told my ability to explain complex issues in a straightforward way is a great help to my clients.
I pride myself on considering the impact to the client and family members of all aspects of the advice given.
I aim to resolve cases without the need for Court Intervention. When that is not possible, I am experienced in dealing with court hearings for all types of family proceedings
My approach is both pragmatic and realistic, keeping clients out of court whenever possible without ever compromising on the outcome.
My clients tell me that they welcome my straightforward, friendly approach and ability to explain what can often be complex issues in a clear and easily understandable way.
Clients have commented that they value my sympathetic but forthright approach and ability to deal with challenging situations when required.
I 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.
Stoke on Trent
I genuinely work towards assisting clients to find the most appropriate solutions, dealing with matters in the least confrontational and most constructive way possible.
My clients tell me that they welcome my straightforward and friendly approach and ability to put them at ease at, what can be, a stressful time.
My approach is to deal with matters sensibly and constructively whilst always striving to achieve the best possible outcome for my client and their family.
I appreciate that divorce isn’t just about law and legal issues, but must also be about common sense solutions that work for partners, parents and children alike.
There is no “one size fits all” solution when a relationship ends. I have acquired qualifications which enable me to offer a range of options to each individual situation.
I understand the importance of taking the conflict out of situations and encouraging solutions based on the needs of the whole family.
As an experienced divorce and family lawyer and accomplished advocate with Woolley & Co I manage a diverse range of family law cases.
No case is too big or too small for me; my clients come from all walks of life and from diverse locations too.
I draw on my collaborative law training to provide a family law service in which I try to preserve dignity and humour in the most challenging of situations.
Having personally lived abroad for several years, I can particularly understand the concerns and difficulties expatriates face when they are in need of a British family lawyer.
I am committed to the principles of Resolution who try to promote the settling of issues in a non-confrontational and amicable manner.
My experience allows me to guide clients through the divorce process and assist them to gather the information needed to negotiate a financial settlement swiftly and amicably wherever possible.
I have particular experience in child disputes such as leave to remove a child to another country or child abduction.
Burton upon Trent
I regularly handle ex-pat divorce cases and have the ability to negotiate settlements involving overseas assets.
Sian has a great deal of experience in all aspects of family law having practiced exclusively in family law since qualifying as a solicitor in 2006.
I’ve been practising law since 1987 and can help clients deal with a range of family law issues.