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Hayley Eachus

Director, Family Law, Litigation and Landlord & Tenant at Phillips Solicitors

Basingstoke

About Me

Hayley was admitted as a solicitor in 2005 and joined Phillips' family law team in June 2007 and was appointed a director in April 2013. Hayley has a strong local interest: she was educated in Basingstoke, gained a law degree at Southampton, completed her LPC with distinction at Guildford and returned to Basingstoke to complete her training contract. Hayley specialises in all aspects of family law and also offers her family law clients the added bonus of dealing with the conveyancing transactions resulting from financial settlements within divorce or relationship breakdown generally. As well as general civil disputes, Hayley's areas of expertise also covers landlord and tenant law, both residential and commercial, acting for either landlords or tenants. Hayley is also a qualified Mediator, providing her expertise as part of the team at Town Gate Mediation, the sister company of Phillips Solicitors. Outside her legal life, Hayley is passionate about community affairs and is a local councillor for Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and a school governor.

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Phillips Solicitors

Basingstoke Hampshire

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This article raises an important issue about the importance of having a will and I could not agree more, but people should also be aware...

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Having dealt with divorce now for some 10 years I know how difficult it is for both clients, even for the client that has initiated the...

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