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Louisa deals with all matters relating to divorce and the associated financial matters, as well as separation, cohabitation and private law matters relating to children.
Louisa first joined Frettens in 2016 gaining work experience whilst at University. She joined the firm as a full time Paralegal in the Company Commercial team in September 2017 after completing her law degree and LPC with Masters at The University of Law in Guildford. In July 2018 she commenced her training contract in Company Commercial, Dispute Resolution and finally Family where she qualified into as a Solicitor in July 2020.
Louisa is also a member of Resolution, an organisation for professionals who specialise in family law matters. Resolution is committed to working in constructive and non-confrontational ways in order to resolve disputes, produce outcomes and provide support for separating families and children.
Louisa has helped a client to apply to Court for a Prohibited Steps Order, which was successfully granted by the Court, all within 2 working days of receiving the clients instructions.
- Civil Partnership Dissolution
- Children disputes
- Financial disputes
- Pre-nuptial agreements
- Cohabitation agreements
- Separation agreements
- Steps Orders/Specific Issue Orders
Outside of work, Louisa is an avid reader, having almost reached her goal of reading 50 books in 2021. Some of her favourite authors are Jane Austen, Taylor Jenkins Reid and Shari Lapena.
At the weekends, Louisa loves going for walks in the countryside and exploring new places. Louisa also does weekly Pilates and Yoga classes and plays netball to keep fit.
Of course, there's always time for a spot of shopping and socialising with friends and family as well.