Worcester Family Law Practice is under new management. From associate solicitors to leadership duo, Susan Humes and Marisa Hackett step up to the director’s plate, offering guidance and legal advice to settle all family conflicts.
Established back in 2003 as the first niche Family Law Firm in Worcester by former company owner, Paul Kemp – now running the Worcester Family Mediation Practice – the Worcester Family Law Practice has recently undergone a company reshuffle. With over 30 years experience in family law between them, the co-directors aspire to become the go-to Family Law practice for Worcestershire and beyond. With confidence in their success and experience in family support, they look forward to continuing to provide the best legal advice for family breakdowns and disputes in the West Midlands.
With a personalised approach to their work, both Susan and Marisa are clear about their vision for the future of the firm.
With only minor ambitions for company expansion, both solicitors agree that it is important for them to keep in touch with the day-to-day dealings within the practice and to remain as the core advisors and legal representatives for their clients and the company. With the company rebrand, they wish to demonstrate how their business reflects the modern realities of marriage, divorce and having children in contemporary Britain, but to remain as the reliable, approachable and cooperative practice for new and existing clients that they have always been.
Family legal advice that you can rely on for comfort, guidance, and compassion.
Both solicitors take active roles within the community, Susan Humes, on the board of trustees for Asha Women’s Centre, Marisa Hackett, an integral member of the school governors at the school in which her children attend, and both are trained Collaborative Lawyers and members of Resolution.
Determined to define the practice as a pioneer within the field of Family Law expertise and collaborative conflict resolution, both partners agree that their experience allows them to efficiently guide their clients towards a resolution for the comfort of their future. They aim to provide peace of mind and to achieve a dignified result for their clients, ensuring that they achieve a reasonable outcome that also benefits their family, particularly in the cases involving vulnerable people and children.
For more information, call us now on 01905 730900 and talk to one of our solicitors or send us an email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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