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Howes Percival LLP

FLINT BUILDINGS, 1 BEDDING LANE, NORWICH, NR3 1RG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01603 762103
Fax:
Fax 01603 762104
DX:
5280 NORWICH
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Web:
www.howespercival.com

Amy Walpole

Tel:
Work 01603 580083
Email:
Howes Percival LLP

Work Department

Family

Position

Amy specialises in all areas of family law, specifically focusing on complex financial matters arising during a relationship breakdown. Amy advises on divorce, separation, child-related matters, pre/post-nuptial agreements, cohabitation, civil partnerships, domestic violence, variation of orders, and child maintenance.

Amy is a Director at Howes Percival LLP, having joined the Norwich office on 7th April 2014. Amy was previously a Director and Head of the Family Law team at Rogers & Norton. Amy is a member of Resolution and a trained collaborative lawyer.

Career

2015 - Present: Partner Howes Percival LLP, Norwich

2014 - 2015: Director Howes Percival LLP, Norwich

2011 - 2014: Head of the Family Team at Rogers & Norton

2008 - 2014: Director/Partner Rogers & Norton, Norwich

2006 - 2008: Associate Solicitor Rogers & Norton, Norwich

2004 - 2006: Solicitor Rogers & Norton, Norwich

2002 - 2004: Trainee Solicitor Rogers & Norton, Norwich

2001 - 2002: Client co-ordinator & paralegal Hart Brown, Guildford

Education

2000 - 2001: Guildford College of Law LPC

1997 - 2000: Staffordshire University Law (LLB)


East Anglia: Private client

Family

Within: Family

Howes Percival LLP has a highly experienced partner in Amy Walpole who leads the family practice. The firm climbs the ranking and has invested to expand the team in Norwich, with solicitor Laura Clay-Harris recently joining from Marshall Hatchick Solicitors to work alongside Walpole and Sophie Key. The practice focuses primarily on high-net-worth cases involving divorce and dissolution, financial negotiations, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, cohabitation issues and Children Act matters. It also calls on the firm's strong property practice to advise on the division of assets following the breakdown of relationships. Walpole, who is a member of the Norfolk Collaborative Practice Group, recently acted for the respondent in matrimonial and financial proceedings involving high-value property and business assets.

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