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Laura Somoza

Paralegal ACILEx Family | Bath
Direct: 01225 750002
Office: 01225 750000

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I am a Paralegal in the Family team based in the Bath office.

I have worked in the family team since 2012, and have now qualified as a Paralegal specialising in family law. I am intending to further my training to eventually qualify as a Chartered Legal Executive.

I currently assist the family team with a range of financial and children matters, and have a specific interest in cohabitation matters which is something that I hope to develop in the future. For me family law is about gaining the right balance of navigating clients through challenging times, but being able to do this with a pragmatic, approachable, can-do attitude.

Out of work I am a busy mum to two young boys who make sure we spend plenty of time outside, and when the house finally falls quiet I can usually be found busy studying for the next exam!

 

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