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Chartered Legal Executive

Aimee Aspinall

“Quite often when I meet a client for the first time it can feel for them as though things might not get any better. It’s so rewarding knowing that I can help my clients take positive steps towards their futures, in whatever way I can.”

As a Chartered Legal Executive in Tozers’ Family team. Aimee works in an empathetic yet structured way with private individuals from all walks of life. Generally, clients work with Aimee when seeking advice after a personal relationship has broken down, or if they see things panning out that way.

She takes pride in recognising the emotive nature of these situations, whilst helping them make progress, advising clients about both financial and broader implications of a relationship breakdown. She is recognised for providing constructive advice and support, in what can often be a challenging period for clients. Working closely with them to make difficult situations less daunting and achieving an outcome they are happy with.

Joining Tozers in 2015, Aimee qualified as a Fellow of CILEx in 2019. She is Vice Chair of the Devon YRes committee, the network for family law professionals at the start of their career. 

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“Aimee always remained professional whilst showing compassion and understanding. She worked through many conversations to find and get the best outcome whilst always being mindful of the raw nature and this is definitely a credit to her. I certainly would not hesitate in recommending Aimee to represent any friends and family in the future.”

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