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Elizabeth Dowler

Solicitor Family | Bath
Direct: 01225 750 079
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07734 367112

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I am a solicitor in the family team, based in Bath and Wells, and deal with a variety of family law matters.

I have 9 years of experience at the firm and qualified as a solicitor in 2017. I advise on a broad range of complex matters including finances on divorce, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements and child contact matters. I enjoy getting to know what is important to my clients and helping them reach amicable and pragmatic solutions, especially when there are children involved.

In my free time, I like to travel and go to the gym. I am also a keen member of the National Trust and enjoy exploring the beauty of the English countryside.



 

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  • Thank you so much for your support, clarity and hard work during this period. I hope I shan't have cause to recommend anyone needing similar services but if I do I'll be sending them straight to you!

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