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Naomi Lelliott, Family Mediation Solicitor

Naomi Lelliott, Family Mediation Solicitor

Naomi Lelliott, Family Mediation Solicitor

Naomi Lelliott, Family Mediation Solicitor

Naomi Lelliott qualified as a solicitor in May 2012, working in the New Forest as a Conveyancer, Civil Litigator and Family Lawyer. In 2015 she qualified as a Family mediator with Resolution and later as a Collaborative Lawyer, moving on to specialise solely in family law.

Naomi Lelliott completed her Law degree at the University of Surrey before attending the College of Law in Guildford on a part-time basis while working full-time as a paralegal. Naomi is committed to resolving disputes amicably and focuses on enabling families to move forward positively post-separation. Naomi Lelliott is dedicated to her clients who have described her as having excellent judgment, being very thorough and supportive and providing pragmatic advice.

Away from the office Naomi enjoys caring for her two children, as well as getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city with walks in the forest, horse riding and running.

Why try mediation?

Family separation can often cause considerable emotional pain and financial hardship. Family mediation services from Sousa Law helps you to identify the available options that will not incur the significant costs of having to go to court. Utilising family mediation means separating families can proactively forge decisions regarding challenging choices that may include emotional factors such as children and finances. A good family mediation solicitor will help you agree on important decisions so they work for your entire family. Our Family Mediation Solicitor enables you to explore different and often complicated options while working out solutions that will work best for you and your family.

Naomi Lelliott is an experienced and highly qualified Family Mediation Solicitor who will help you and your partner discuss matters arising from family breakdown. Family mediation is a voluntary process that both parties must want to try. It can help protect your parenting relationship moving forward and assist in ensuring you remain on good terms.

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We will assist in many complicated and specialised areas of family law, wills & probate.

Discuss your options and contact us on
02380 713 060







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