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Betteridges

Betteridges
UOE Hub
23-27 Maidenhead Street Hertford
Hertfordshire
SG14 1DW

Email: info@betteridges.com
Website: www.betteridges.com
Contact: Mark Betteridge

Telephone: 0333 12 12345 (calls charged at local rates if within U.K)
0044 1992 505406 (for callers outside U.K.)
Fax: 0333 12 12346
      0044 1992 512600



Legal aid: No
Mediation: No
Collaborative law: No
Disabled access: No

Areas covered: (Based in Hertfordshire) England & Wales, International
Mark Betteridge also handles ex-pat cases by applying English law where jurisdiction permits. He travels regularly to his base in Spain. Please contact him for more details.


Head of Family team: Mark Betteridge
Family team members: Rebekah Norman, Saba Ansari and Janis Wilkins
Resolution members: Mark Betteridge and Saba Ansari


Other departments: Residential conveyancing; wills and probate

About us

Betteridges is a leading matrimonial and family law practice, and is particularly well known for handling complex divorce financial claims. Mark Betteridge is a member of Resolution and is considered to be a highly experienced solicitor in the field of family law and provides a service of the highest quality. Mark is supported by a team of skilled assistants.

Betteridges has a very firm, no-nonsense approach to its work, which produces highly effective results. While an amicable approach is always promoted and the majority of cases settle, the firm believes that it is important for its clients to resolve their affairs as speedily as possible, and is not averse to taking court proceedings to achieve that result. However, in considering which course of action should be taken, Betteridges also fully takes into account the emotional worries and anxieties that many of its clients face.

Betteridges' clients come from all walks of life including the professions, commerce entertainment and sport. Betteridges have acted for many clients and regularly act for clients overseas, including clients from Europe, North and South America, Central and South East Asia and Australia and New Zealand.



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