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Laura Somoza

Paralegal ACILEx Family | Bath
Direct: 01225 750002
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 077541692700

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

I have worked in the family team at Mogers Drewett since 2012, and have qualified as a Paralegal through the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. I will shortly be undertaking further study to qualify as a advanced paralegal, specialising in family law.

I primarily assist the team with divorce and financial matters. For me, family law is about fully understanding each of our client’s individual needs and using this knowledge to guide them through challenging times. I deal with matters with an approachable and ‘can-do’ attitude with a focus on resolving matters as cost effectively and as amicably as possible.

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


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