Sharp Family Law Recognised Among The Best

Sharp Family Law continues to build on its reputation as one of the best family law firms in Bath and Bristol. We were again recognized by Chambers in it’s UK 2020 Rankings. Chambers specifically recognised the firm’s work advising family law clients on alternative dispute resolution, including collaborative law and mediation. Chambers also recognised the firms skills in addressing private children matters, including contact issues and maintenance claims.

Who Is Chambers?

Chambers rankings are noteworthy as they are the leading source of market intelligence for the last 30 years and have over 200 researchers conducting interviews in order to provide thorough and trusted legal rankings. Qualities they assess include client service, professional conduct and technical legal ability. They are known as the gold standard directory.

Sharp Family Law Team Recognised

We are particularly pleased that the Chambers Rankings identify our team as a strength. Not only are we recognised as being approachable and sensible in all matters, but our team’s strong ethos to work in a collaborative way was specifically noted.

Richard Sharp Recognised

Sources also recognise the approach of our Senior Partner Richard Sharp. “Richard is very easy to work with and is always looking to find a solution. He adopts a pragmatic, constructive and sensible approach and is always willing to listen, while at the same time being firm and steadfast in articulating his client’s position.” You can learn more about Richard Sharp here.

Our Firm’s Commitment

This approach is what you can expect when you engage any of the lawyers at Sharp Family Law to advise you. Skilled, approachable, sensible and steadfast in our representation of your position. This is not just something we say but something experts in the field have confirmed. Located in both Bath and Bristol, our team is ready to work with you.

Sharp Family Law Firm is ranked in Chambers UK 2020 Rankings
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Article by Clare Webb

Clare is committed to helping her clients find constructive, rather than destructive, ways of resolving their issues. In doing so, she listens to the specific challenges facing the family and by focusing on long-term solutions, she helps her clients consider and decide on the most appropriate way of addressing those challenges.