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Partner and Solicitor

Tracy Lambert

“My clients are important to me and I help them to resolve the issues arising out of all aspects of their separation. I want to ensure that they are well equipped to move forward with their lives post-divorce.”

Tracy is head of Tozers’ Family team, and specialises in providing private individuals with advice in complex matrimonial matters on divorce and separation including arrangements for children.

Having qualified as a solicitor in 1989 Tracy joined Tozers in 1993 and has built up a reputation for her expertise in family law within the South West of England. Tracy also leads a team which is nationally ranked in prestigious legal directories.

Chambers and Partners Directory describes Tracy as possessing “deep experience as a family law practitioner, handling both financial and child arrangements following divorce and separation. They reference a source who describes Tracy as “tenacious but very calm both on her feet in court and in her written dealings with her opponents.”

Tracy is a Resolution Accredited Specialist in financial matters, sitting on the regional committee for Resolution. She trained as both a collaborative Lawyer and Mediator.

As head of team, Tracy enjoys working with and developing colleagues, whilst also undertaking her own advocacy. She relishes working with complex financial issues and delivering results in the personal client relationships she develops.

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