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Two Keystone family lawyers achieve Resolution Specialist Accreditation status

Keystone Law family lawyers Zoë Bloom and Claudie Paddick have been accredited as Specialists by leading family law organisation, Resolution.

Zoë attained Specialist status in Emergency Procedures, to include injunctions and search orders, as well as in Complex Financial Remedies (high-income households and substantial assets). Meanwhile Claudie was given her certification in the specialisms of Child Abduction/Leave to Remove and Private Children Law (disputes between parents or relatives).

Nearing 7,000 members in total, Resolution comprises an all-family-lawyer membership base that is dedicated to ensuring a practical settlement for family disputes, as well promoting an alternative, non-litigious approach to family issues. The scheme was originally set up in 1999 and is designed to help people facing family breakdown and provide a benchmark when deciding which solicitor to instruct.

Resolution describes members with the accreditation as “proven experts” and “members who have chosen to test their skills and expertise through a rigorous assessment of their knowledge, abilities and way that they work with you and other people”.

Keystone Law’s Private Client team continues to expand, now offering the expertise of over twenty highly experienced lawyers. Within the team, ten practitioners are dedicated family lawyers who are able to advise on all aspects of Family Law.

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