Expert family solicitor in Dorset and the West Midlands
Just Family law introduces Karen Layland, our experienced and highly recommended family solicitor in Dorset and the West Midlands.
Karen has over 25 years experience in:
- family law
- assisting people who live together
and she can help both at the start and the end of relationships.
As an Advanced member of the Law Society Family Law Accredited Panel Karen is a recognised expert covering specialist family law work.
Personally recommended family solicitor in Dorset and the West Midlands
Almost all of Karen’s work comes from personal recommendations. This is because of her pragmatic and proactive approach. As a result she has an enviable reputation built on commitment to her clients.
All of your family law needs in the Bournemouth and Birmingham areas can now be met by Karen at our competitive rates.
She offers our clients a first class service and we are proud and delighted she is on our team.
Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney
In addition we can now assist with the preparation of wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney. Everyone should have a will but it is even more important if you have children, or you own property or business, or have savings, investments, insurance policies …
This is certainly a valuable addition to the services Just Family Law already offers you and your family.
To book a 20 minute telephone consultation, or a Skype review with Karen, or an initial face to face meeting, please telephone 01202 798199 or email email@example.com
JUST FAMILY LAW are specialist divorce and family law solicitors offering personalised legal solutions. We offer collaborative law which is especially relevant in providing solutions tailored to your family’s needs. This includes same sex couples and their families. Visit our website just-family-law.com The topics covered in this blog post are complex and are provided for general guidance only. Therefore if any of the circumstances mentioned in this blog have application to you, seek expert legal advice.
image Karen Layland by Just Family Law
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