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Carole Nettleton

07958 028069 Carole.Nettleton@psg-law.co.uk

Carole Nettleton joined Price Slater Gawne’s Family team in April 2020 as a Consultant Solicitor.

Carole qualified as a solicitor in 1996 and has practised exclusively in Family Law since then working in Liverpool and Manchester city centre firms.

She has extensive experience dealing with divorce, dissolution of civil partnership and the breakdown of cohabitation with the associated consequences of relationship breakdown.

Her area of expertise includes dealing with the finances of high net worth individuals and also with those cases where assets are more modest but dealing diligently and working in her client’s best interests whatever level of assets are involved. Often her cases will involve complex pension issues, multiple businesses, confiscation proceedings and family trusts.

Carole also deals with private children matters ranging from the time children spend with parents to more complex issues of taking children to live in another country.

Carole is always sympathetic to client’s needs and guides them through the legal complexities at what can be a stressful time, achieving the best possible outcome for clients whether that involves settling matters at an early stage or during court proceedings.

Outside of work Carole enjoys running, racquet sports, radio 4, spa days, podcasts and cricket (having 2 boys who play and talk about cricket non-stop).

To contact Carole Nettleton directly, click on the V-card link at the top of this page.

Client Feedback 

“It’s been a long road and I couldn’t have navigated it without you. Thank you for all of the hours you have dedicated to this and also for your professionalism and passion for reaching a fair result. You have been such an emotional strength to me, I will never forget it”.
Ms B

What Carole has been talking about

No Fault Divorce – Ask the expert

The 2020 return to school

Single parent families one of worst hit financially by COVID-19

The Domestic Abuse Bill – What this means for family law

The Road Ahead for the Family Courts

Technology and the future of the Family Court System – Part 2

Support Bubbles – Life for Single Parent Families post COVID-19

How technology will likely impact the future of the Family Court System – Part 1

Government pledges £76m to support vulnerable in lockdown

Relationships … The Aftermath

Downward trend in couples getting married

Boots the Chemist to help for domestic abuse victims

Missed Maintenance Payments During Lockdown

Child Arrangements During COVID-19 Lockdown

Divorce During COVID-19 Lockdown – Part 2

Divorce During COVID-19 Lockdown – Part 1

Arrangements for Children during COVID-19 Lockdown

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