Rebecca Silcock

Partner and Head of Department Family | Bath
Direct: 01225 750071
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07766 288816

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As Partner and Head of Department I cover all areas of family law.

In particular, I specialise in financial resolution for divorcing couples. I tend to deal with higher-value matters and complex finances relating to pensions, trusts and businesses. I love finding creative ways of reaching solutions, and over the years have discovered just how important it is to be approachable for my clients.

I have been recognised in the respected legal directory, Legal 500, as someone who has a ‘laid back and pragmatic approach’ and a focus on complex financial matters and private law children work.

I live in Gloucestershire with my husband and two sons. I’m happiest when I’m outdoors and enjoy a variety of outdoor pursuits including horse riding, skiing and gardening.

 

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  • Thank you so much for all your professional work, tenacity and warm support that has got me through this. And for the times when patience was the only option.

    Family client

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