• Louise Griffiths
      • Solicitor (HCB Solicitors Ltd)
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    Louise Griffiths

    Solicitor (HCB Solicitors Ltd)

    Areas of Expertise – Family Law

    • Care proceedings
    • Placement proceedings
    • Adoption proceedings
    • Pre-proceedings involvement with children’s services such as PLO meetings
    • Non-Molestation and Occupation Order proceedings
    • Proceedings concerning child arrangements (contact, live with, specific issue and prohibited steps orders)
    • Divorce proceedings
    • Disputes relating to child arrangements following breakdown of a marriage/separation

    Education and Qualifications:

    • Qualified as a Solicitor in 2020
    • Legal Practice Couse, Birmingham City University (2017 - 2019)
    • Graduate Diploma in Law, Birmingham City University (2015 – 2017)
    • Undergraduate degree in Business Management, University of Gloucestershire (2009 – 2014)


    • Resolution

    Joined HCB

    • August 2022

    Louise strives to provide the best possible service to all of her clients. She understands that having to go through family court can be extremely distressing for clients and so she assists them with a sympathetic approach whilst also focussing on managing their expectations and providing them with clear, realistic advice as it relates to the facts of their individual cases. 

    Louise is based at our Leigh office although she is happy to travel to meet clients at any of our other offices if that is more convenient for clients. She is also happy to have telephone/video appointments and she takes on both legal aid and privately funded work.

    Background and Experience:
    Worked in Family Law since 2013
    Mini pupillage with St Philips Chambers – 2015 – criminal law
    Has dealt with all areas of family law, however, has a particular interest in public law proceedings where the local authority are involved. Louise has been involved in many cases where there have been non-accidental injuries to children, sexual abuse of children and domestic abuse.