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11 November 2019

Steeles Law recruits a new family law team

We are delighted to announce that Sally Harris and Sally Briggs recently joined Steeles Law bringing over 25 years’ legal experience in the Family Law sector.

Having previously worked for top legal 500 firms in Norfolk, Sally Harris is a dedicated family law professional, who takes pride in building trust, transparency and listens carefully to understand her client’s needs.

‘We are absolutely delighted to welcome Sally Harris and Sally Briggs to the firm’, said Nicki Ramsbottom, Director. ‘They have a strong legal reputation locally and are highly regarded by clients; it’s a real privilege that they will be working with us to build our family legal services from our Norwich and Diss offices.

Sally Harris specialises in a full range of family law legal services, including divorce, financial and property issues following relationship breakdown and childcare disputes including contact. Sally is a member of Resolution and a Law Society Accredited Family Law specialist. She is a trained collaborative lawyer and a member of The Good Divorce Group.

Sally Briggs is a family law paralegal and is experienced in supported Sally Harris on all aspects of Family Law.

“We are delighted to have joined Steeles Law and are looking forward to looking after existing clients and new. We look forward to welcoming new enquiries regarding divorce and family law issues at both Steeles Law’s Diss and Norwich offices.”

Sally Harris and Sally Briggs join Steeles Law Solicitors.

To speak to a member of the Steeles Law specialist Family Law team, please call 01603 59800 or complete the ‘Get in touch’ online enquiry form and a member of the team will contact you. Appointments available in Norwich, Diss and London.

*The information provided in this article is designed to provide useful information on the subject, not to provide specific legal advice.