0845 634 2600 welcome@freeths.co.uk
Edit Profile

Elizabeth Stocker

Family Law Associate at Freeths

Oxford, United Kingdom

About Me

Elizabeth specialises in advising clients on the breakdown of their relationship, whether they are married couples seeking a divorce or couples who live together wishing to separate. When a relationship breaks down there are many issues that need to be dealt with – including finances and children. Elizabeth ensures her clients are fully informed of all their options. As a member of Resolution, Elizabeth is committed to adopting a sensible and effective approach, whilst keeping a close eye on costs, so her client’s know the best way of achieving what are often life changing decisions. Having trained with Wilsons LLP and qualified in 2009, she joined the firm in 2010. Since joining she has become a committee member of the local Resolution Group and is Chair of the local Y-Res. Elizabeth can be found at regular local networking groups. She has also written articles for the local press and social networking sites.

Elizabeth Stocker 's Passles


Family lawyers for when your family matters

0 0 6

Covert recordings & a Court's approach

Ever tempted to record your  ex-partner's conversations?

It's not unusual for this issue to crop up in cases and I've had experience...

Read More…

0 0 0

Ryan Giggs - genius and something special?

Ryan Giggs' divorce reached the first formal stage last month, known as decree nisi; and there is a court timetable in place in relation...

Read More…

As a free user, you can follow Passle and like posts.

To repost this post to your own Passle blog, you will need to upgrade your account.

For plans and pricing, please contact our sales team at sales@passle.net

Repost successful!

View the repost

Repost successful!

Your repost is currently a draft. Review your repost and request approval.

Something went wrong whilst reposting - please try again.

Sorry - this is not an option. This post already exists in the Passle you have selected.

Try reposting to another Passle.