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New family lawyer for Burnetts

Burnetts has recruited a new solicitor to its family law team - Zoe Tremeer- Holme joins Burnetts’ family law team having completed a two year solicitor training contract with the firm.

Law firm Burnetts has recruited a new solicitor to its family law team. 

Zoe Tremeer- Holme joins Burnetts’ family law team having completed a two year solicitor training contract with the firm. 

An award winning student, Zoe graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with First Class Honours.  Having completed her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law Chester, she first joined Burnetts as a trainee in 2011. 

Now a fully qualified solicitor, Zoe’s role within the family law team will involve advising clients on cohabitation, divorce, separation and issues around children such as residence, contact and maintenance.

Zoe said, “During University, I’d done placements at other firms, but I knew within a short time of being at Burnetts that this was where I wanted to be. From the outset it was my hope that I’d be offered a permanent job once I’d qualified.  Family law has been my main interest throughout so I’m very pleased to be part of the team.”

Zoe Tremeer-Holmes

Burnetts’ family law team includes Partners Simon Mortimer, Doug Claxton and Amy Fallows as well as Chartered Legal Executive Lynn Hutchinson. The firm has offices in Carlisle, Penrith, Cockermouth and Newcastle. 

Head of Family Law, Simon Mortimer said, “Zoe is a bright, able solicitor who gets on well with clients. She has spent a large proportion of her training with the family team so has been able to hit the ground running. In family law, empathy and communication skills are just as important as a legal brain, so having the right people in the team is essential to provide the best support to our clients.”

Zoe grew up in Grasmere, but now lives in Kendal with husband Nathan and cocker spaniel Cassie.

Further information on Burnetts’ family law team can be found at www.burnetts.co.uk.

Published: Tuesday 3rd December 2013
Categorised: Cases involving children, Family Law, Practice News

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