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Helen Maguire

Associate Solicitor

Family Law

Professional Background:

Helen has had over twelve years working in family law starting her career working at Dickson Haslam in Preston.

Shortly after qualification, Helen moved to a large city centre firm in Manchester where she worked for six years. Helen then returned to her Lancashire roots working at high street law firm in Wigan, before becoming an Associate at Harrison Drury in February 2018.

Helen has specialised in family law since qualification and has extensive experience in advising clients in relation to divorce, civil partnership dissolution, financial disputes, cohabitation disputes and pre and post-nuptial agreements, separation agreements and injunctive relief.

Helen has a particular interest in dealing with issues relating to children and regularly represents parents, carers and other family members with regard to relocation, and where they should spend their time.

Helen provides practical and commercial advice, but is known for her sensitive approach towards her clients. Helen believes that identifying and understanding a client’s goals, listening to the client and thinking ahead is not just good customer service, it is essential to success.

Helen is a member of Resolution and sits on the Lancashire Resolution Committee.

Personal Interests:

In her spare time, Helen is a keen runner and is currently training to take on a 100km ultra in July 2018 along The Ridgeway, Britain’s oldest road running from the Chilterns to North Wessex Downs.

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