Family Law Specialist, Hartnell Chanot & Partners, is delighted to announce that two of its family law experts have been shortlisted for the highly prestigious Law Society Excellence Awards.
On 21 September 2011 Hartnell Chanot & Partners will be participating in a half-day seminar on the multi-disciplinary approach to family dispute resolution at the University of Exeter.
Hartnell Chanot’s Legal Executives Achieve Sign Language Qualification
Family law specialists, Hartnell Chanot & Partners recently received further recognition of their specialist expertise with two of their solicitors being awarded industry accreditation.
On Friday, 24 June Hartnell Chanot & Partners organised a day of fundraising activities and raised £765 for Force Cancer Charity.
Plymouth based law firm Hartnell Chanot & Partners ‘go yellow’ in support of St Luke’s Hospice.
Hartnell Chanot are continuing to support and carry out charitable work in an effort to give more back to the local community and support worthwhile causes. The team recently held a ‘go yellow’ day to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice, which was a roaring success.
On the Spring Bank Holiday, when most people were putting their feet up and enjoying the day off from work, local Legal Executive, Jill Read-Brown was putting her feet firmly forward and running the BUPA 10k on behalf of Refuge.
On Monday 30 May when most of us will be putting our feet up and enjoying the Bank Holiday weekend one member of the Hartnell Chanot team will be putting her feet firmly forward and running the BUPA 10k Run on behalf of Refuge, a national charity supporting women and children who have been victims of domestic violence.
Hartnell Chanot & Partners marked the launch of their new office in Plymouth with two celebrations both attended by Baroness Floella Benjamin as their guest speaker.
Alexandra joins Hartnell Chanot & Partners with a wealth of experience in Domestic Violence law. Her previous role involved working with Plymouth City Council and partner agencies developing and running the ‘Domestic Abuse Advocacy Project’, with the remit to support victims in situations where they do not qualify for legal aid to gain protective order through the Family Courts.