New Addition to the Wolferstans Family Law Team

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Alison Sadler has joined Wolferstans, the Plymouth-based law firm due to celebrate its bi-centenary next year, where she will take on the role of Team Leader for the Family Law department's Children Team.

Each member of our team is a specialist in their own right and Alison is a strong addition to the team. Not only is she highly experienced in Family Law but she is also a respected member of the Law Society's Children panel. I am delighted she has joined us.

Alison Sadler has joined Wolferstans, the Plymouth-based law firm due to celebrate its bi-centenary next year, where she will take on the role of Team Leader for the Family Law department's Children Team.

Graduating from Exeter University, Alison worked for Plymouth City Council's Children Services team from 2000 to 2003 where she advised and represented Social Services. She joins from Ashfords where she was an associate working in Family Law specialising in all aspects of law relating to children. Previous to that she spent three years with Gill Akaster where she acted for parents and children in care proceedings and private law contact disputes.

Phil Thorneycroft, Head of Family Law, http://www.wolferstans.com Wolferstans] comments "Each member of our team is a specialist in their own right and Alison is a strong addition to the team. Not only is she highly experienced in Family Law but she is also a respected member of the Law Society's Children panel. I am delighted she has joined us."

Alison comments, "The Wolferstans Family Law team is one of the most experienced and successful Family teams in the region, I feel very proud to now be a part of it."

For further information contact:
Simon Whittam at SWPR
01752 823414
simon (at) swpr.org (dot) uk
http://www.wolferstans.com

NOTES TO EDITORS:
Wolferstans recently unveiled a new branding and website. The refreshed look designed to represent the 'brand values' of the firm.

The Family Team regularly advises on Premarital and co-habitation agreements; divorce; injunctions; adoptions and care proceedings. Keen to offer clients the best guidance available they encourage couples to attend mediation and to deal with issues without the trauma and cost of the Courts.

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