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Paralegal

Ricky Noble

“Given the extremely sensitive and personal nature of family law I often meet clients that are emotional, distressed and unable to clearly identify their legal problems. I aim to work with my clients by translating their concerns into legally recognisable categories. My clients are reassured as I work closely with them. I provide concise explanations of legal concepts and processes in a calm, professional and empathetic manner to reach a solution that is tailored to their individual needs in the best possible way.”

Ricky joined Tozers in November 2018 as a family paralegal based in the Exeter branch after completing his Law Degree at the University of South Wales. He spent a number of years working in various legal and financial sectors in South Wales before returning to Devon.

Ricky works with clients in a range of family matters such as divorce and financial matters and specialises in disputes relating to arrangements for children. When working on legal issues surrounding children, he works hard with parents to reach a solution that is in the best interests of the children and all parties concerned. Ricky is protective of each of his client’s unique interests. This is reflected in his responsive, loyal and down to earth approach.

Claire

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“Ricky was excellent, very kind and made me feel comfortable and explained things clearly. Nothing was too much trouble and would use the company again.”

Claire

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What To Do If You Change Your Mind About Divorce

Posted on 05th October 2019 in Family Law

You can change your mind about divorce and cancel the proceedings, providing both parties agree. If you reconcile at any stage, even after the pronouncement of the Decree Nisi (the middle stage of the divorce), you can ask the Court to rescind the decree and dismiss the petition. This would give the effect of the petition never having been issued. This does, however, mean if the reconciliation does not work out and you do wish to pursue a divorce, you will need to issue a new petition and start the process from the beginning.

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Meeting a Family Lawyer for the first time – The Expectations

Posted on 31st July 2019 in Family Law

Deciding to take the plunge and meet with a family lawyer for the first time can be a hugely daunting experience.

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