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Georgie Hall

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Prettys Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Family

Position

Partner and Head of Family. 
Collaboratively trained Mediator and specialist in round table work.  All types of family work undertaken but with a focus on financial cases and particularly entrenched children cases.

Career

Seven years in London, public and voluntary sector. 
Joined Prettys in 1992.

Member

Resolution Member.  Resolution trained for collaborative and mediation.

Education

Law Degree
LPC


East Anglia: Private client

Family

Within: Leading individuals

Georgie Hall - Prettys Solicitors LLP

Within: Family

The family practice at Prettys Solicitors LLP is 'excellent - it covers family law with huge experience, knowledge and sense'. One clients believes that it is 'certainly one of the best, if not the best, in Ipswich for family law'. 'The key issues are always identified and sound advice is given to the lay client,' remarks one barrister who believes that 'its family law department provides an excellent service to its clients'. 'Impressive' collaborative lawyer Georgie Hall leads the practice, in which all lawyers are trained mediators and experienced litigators. Newly promoted senior associate Georgina Rayment has been a family law specialist and mediator for more than a decade and clients describe her as 'a superb lawyer, very good at early appraisals of cases; she gives extremely good advice, fights her corner well and is respected and liked in the local courts'. Her recent work includes cases involving accusations of domestic violence, coercive behaviour and custody rights. Both Matthew Clemence, whose clients include high-profile individuals in sport and media, and Victoria Mayhew are now associates.

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