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Nockolds Solicitors

6 MARKET SQUARE, BISHOP'S STORTFORD, CM23 3UZ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01279 755777
Fax:
Fax 01279 260047
DX:
50400 BISHOP'S STORTFORD
Email:
Web:
www.nockolds.co.uk
Bishops Stortford, London

Pete Dodd

Email:
Web:
www.nockolds.co.uk
Nockolds Solicitors

Work Department

Family

Position

Partner

Career

Pete started in the court service and therefore trained as a road traffic, criminal and family specialist. He then left the courts and went into private practice. Pete runs the Motoring, Crime and Road Traffic department and advises on all aspects of motoring law (Magistrates and Crown Courts). He also undertakes high value matrimonial work dealing with high net worth individuals. Pete has also has acted for celebrities on recommendation. Pete has pioneered Alternative Dispute Resolution in Hertfordshire, having set up The Hertfordshire Resolution and Hertfordshire Collaborative Lawyers. Pete also deals with Inheritance Act applications for cohabitees (Bahouse and Negus – reported case), living together asset protection and pre and post nuptial agreements. He also sets up living together arrangements and works with financial advisers and the wills and probate department to safeguard property monies (wealth protection).Pete has written editorials for Resolution.

Languages

French

Member

Vice Chair of Resolution (Herts) and Collaborative Lawyers in Hertfordshire.

International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP


South East: Private client

Family: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

Within: Family: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

The Bishop's Stortford-based family team at Nockolds Solicitors specialises in financial matters for medium to high-net-worth clients in areas such as relocations, children work as well as foreign matters, with a particular experience of issues relating to Spain and Poland. The practice has been achieving successful outcomes through the use of mediation, sparing clients additional court costs. The practice is headed by Lynn Cowley and the 'fantastic' Pete Dodd is also recommended.

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