Sue Hodgson > Lanyon Bowdler > Telford, England > Lawyer Profile
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A partner and head of the family department, Sue has experience in all types of family cases including divorce, linked financial matters and disputes regarding children. She has experience in high conflict Children Act matters including matters involving jurisdictional issues and change of primary care base. Sue has a good manner with clients providing clear and concise advice and is an experienced Advocate.
Sue trained with a large West Midlands firm before joining Lanyon Bowdler in 2007. Sue was made a partner in 2016.
Sue obtained her Law Degree at the University of Hertfordshire before completing the Legal Practice course at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice.
Sue enjoys horse riding, walking her dog and running having twice completed the London Marathon.
Lanyon Bowdler advises on matters involving financial remedy, children and divorce. It is skilled at handling cases where there are business structures, trusts, multi-jurisdictional asset portfolios and farming partnerships and is experienced in children matters involving internal and external relocation cases and cases where there are significant welfare issues and public law factors. Practice head Sue Hodgson is known for her work on complicated matrimonial matters and sensitive child disputes. Hereford-based Philippa Pearson is also recommended. It is ‘a very strong regional practice with a good grounding in its local area and a real familiarity with the community that it serves’.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: elsewhere in the West Midlands
- Private client > Family: elsewhere in the West Midlands
- Private client > Personal tax, trusts and probate
- Real estate > Commercial property: elsewhere in the West Midlands
- Private client > Contentious trusts and probate
- Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in the West Midlands
- Dispute resolution > Debt recovery
- Public sector > Education
- Crime, fraud and licensing > General crime and fraud
- Employment > Employment
- Real estate > Planning
- Insurance > Personal injury and clinical negligence: claimant