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Chartered Legal Executive

Chloë Harvey

“I aim to provide clients with a sensitive and approachable service at what is an extremely difficult time for them and assist them in making the overall process less daunting”

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Chloë has worked with Tozers for three years, and qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2020.

Chloë advises on all aspects of family law including divorce, Change of Name Deeds, private law Children Act proceedings to include complex finding of fact hearings where sexual abuse and domestic abuse are alleged. She specialises in obtaining protective orders for victims of domestic abuse such as non-molestation orders, occupation orders and transfer of tenancy orders. Chloë is able to access legal aid for those clients that qualify and is a member of our Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART).

Chloë is a member of the Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence and Abuse Forum for South Hams, Teignbridge, West Devon & Dartmoor.



Recent cases

  • Securing a Female Genital Mutilation Protection Order where it had been feared that a young child was at risk of the same.
  • Securing the return of a young child to the mother’s care following an attempted abduction by the child’s father. Proceeding to obtain safeguarding orders to ensure the safety of the child in the mother’s care.
  • Acting for a mother securing findings of psychological and emotional abuse towards both her and her daughter from her ex-husband.



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Domestic Abuse calls up by 25%

Posted on 07th April 2020 in Family Law, Coronavirus Pandemic

The Charity Refuge has confirmed that The National Centre for Domestic Violence has already seen a 25% increase in calls and online enquiries to their service.

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