Alison Cantor, divorce solicitor at Holmes & Hills, discusses the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on those in the middle of formal Family Law proceedings.
Sue is recommended as one of the leading Family Law solicitors in the region by The Legal 500 - an independent directory of the country's top law firms and solicitors.
Sue joined Holmes and Hills in September 2016. Having qualified as a Solicitor in 1994, Sue has practiced family law since her qualification.
Sue, who originates from Suffolk, has previously worked for other well established firms in Suffolk and has excellent local knowledge of the area. Sue is able to advise on all aspects of family law including divorce, separation, financial settlements, children arrangements as well as pre-nuptial and cohabitation agreements. Sue is recognised by the Legal 500 for her expertise.
Sue is also a trained Collaborative Lawyer.
Sue’s approach is always to listen to her clients and provide clear advice as well as a practical solution. She is committed to a conciliatory approach when advising her clients. Where possible she will try to settle matters out of court but she is well skilled in advocacy where necessary.
In her spare time Sue is a founding member of a local book club and enjoys listening to the Archers but most of her spare time is taken up by her two school age children.
Guidance for separated parents who are co-parenting and struggling with contact during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
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