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Lindsay Halliwell, Family mediator and solicitor

Steele Raymond appoints new Associate Lindsay Halliwell


Leading Dorset commercial law firm Steele Raymond LLP is delighted to announce the appointment of new Associate Lindsay Halliwell.

Lindsay will join the firm’s family law team, bringing with her a broad range of experience as a qualified family solicitor and mediator.

Through her previous employment at local firms, Lindsay has several years experience in all aspects of family law and dispute resolution. She specialises in providing legal advice for both the married and unmarried family including divorce, cohabitation, separation and pre and post nuptial agreements. She also has significant experience in all matters regarding children; specifically contact, residence, prohibited steps orders and specific issues.

Additionally, Lindsay is a qualified mediator allowing her to assist separated couples in reaching their own resolutions regarding child care and financial matters. She has a real passion for understanding problems and working with families in conflict to achieve the right solution for them. She is a key member of Phoenix Mediation, a group of family mediators and solicitors who practise across the South Coast.

Commenting on her appointment, Lindsay said: “I’m delighted to be joining Steele Raymond, a firm that is well established as a top tier player in the region, and helping to make a real difference to clients from both a business and personal perspective.”

Chairman Tim Stone added:

“We’re very happy to be welcoming someone of Lindsay’s calibre to the family team. At Steele Raymond we pride ourselves on delivering a highly valued, personal service to both businesses and individuals, and we have built a strong family offering that perfectly complements our top tier commercial expertise.”

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