Juliet Gordon joins expanding Gotelee Family Law Team

Juliet Gordon joins expanding Gotelee Family Law Team

The Gotelee Solicitors family law team welcomes Juliet Gordon to their Ipswich office.

Juliet qualified as a solicitor in May 2018 having completed her training contract seats in Wills and Probate, Residential Property, Domestic Violence and Children and Matrimonial Law. Juliet is the Chair of the Junior Lawyers Division of the Suffolk and North Essex Law Society and has been heavily involved with Young Resolution Lawyers (YRes), Resolution’s network of family law professionals.

Gotelee Head of Family Law Helen Stuart said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Juliet to the expanding team. We have been looking for the right candidate join us in our departmental growth and we’re pleased to say that Juliet’s personality and passion for client care align very well with our own. We believe she will be an excellent fit.”

Juliet commented: “Gotelee has an excellent reputation for professionalism and client care and I am therefore delighted to be joining their family department. I look forward to working with the team to offer the highest levels of family legal services. I am committed to helping people find the best possible solutions to resolve problems and move on with their lives after a relationship breakdown. I aim to provide timely, constructive and strategic advice to ensure the best outcome is achieved as early as possible. New clients are welcome to contact me in order to take advantage of our initial hour fixed fee consultation to discuss any potential family concerns including divorce, separation or children disputes.”

Established in 1880, the firm offers a full range of personal and business legal services, enjoying a fine reputation for its professional work and its personal approach with clients.

To contact Juliet to find out how she can help you, call her on 01473 211121 or email her on juliet.gordon@gotelee.co.uk.  To find out what else Gotelee has to offer, visit www.gotelee.co.uk

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