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Family Law Webinar
How to help our clients minimise the negative impact of their family law disputes and avoid prolonged contact

Clarke Willmott LLP is delighted to invite you to its Family Law webinar which is taking place on Thursday 25 April 2024 at 12:00pm.

As professionals we all want to do what is in the best interests of our clients.  Naturally, that will look very different from individual to individual.  However, there are common interests which will be relevant to most, if not all.  Avoiding prolonged conflict and saving on substantial legal bills will be amongst them.

In this webinar Clare Webb, Partner in our Bristol Family team and Collaborative Lawyer, will be looking at various non-court dispute resolution ways to assist our clients doing just this.

Incoming changes to the Family Procedure Rules from April 2024 will place even greater emphasis on such alternative processes.  Furthermore, if in proceedings the court can adjourn hearings to encourage the parties to pursue non court dispute resolution processes with potential cost consequences for non-engagement.  So, it is as pertinent now as it ever has been to try and think outside of the box for our clients in how we help them address their issues.

Clare will be joined by a panel of speakers who are experts in their field in assisting clients resolve disputes in a variety of ways:

Please join us for what will be an informative session discussing the various options available to our clients to benefit themselves and their families.

We hope you can make it.

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Clare Webb


Clare has built her practice with a commitment to helping her clients resolve their issues in a constructive and conciliatory way. In doing so, she will always have regard to the longterm hopes and aspirations for the family as a whole, whilst of course protecting her client’s interest.
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Philippa Yeo


Philippa is committed to helping couples navigate all aspects of the legal process on the breakdown of their relationship in a pragmatic, collaborative and family-focused way including supporting couples to reach arrangements for their children and achieve healthy future co-parenting relationships.
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