Invalesco Family Law launches in Wetherby and Leeds

Invalesco Family Law launches in Wetherby and Leeds

A new firm focusing on family law has launched in Yorkshire.

With offices in Wetherby and Leeds, Invalesco Family Law founding solicitors Emma Davison and Sally Baber boast more than 30 years of experience between them.

The Invalesco founders aim to deliver accessible, clear and tailored advice to their clients. Davison explained: “We wanted to draw on our knowledge and bring the best of our combined experiences in the service we provide to our clients.”

“Whatever their legal issue, the common theme is that people want accessible, clear, and tailored advice that just gets the job done.”

Davison and Baber have spent their careers working in prominent corporate and niche legal practices. The team at Invalesco advises high-net-worth clients or those with businesses, property portfolios, pensions or trusts to consider.

Baber said: “Our clients come from differing backgrounds, ages and often with a range of complex, financial or other problems they need to resolve. We acknowledge that everyone’s circumstances and motivations are different, and wanted to offer a flexible, first-class service that is tailored to the individual.”

The new firm is focusing on relationships, whether a couple at the outset of their time together seeking advice on their legal rights, or those at the end of a relationship who are facing separation or divorce.

Davison continued: “It is all too easy to underestimate the life-changing impact a separation or divorce can have on a person. Whether it is the loss of a companion, a change in housing, financial security or the arrangements for children, the effects can be far-reaching.”

“In a fast-paced society, where there are increasing demands on a person’s time, Invalesco aims to make the process of separation or divorce that little bit easier.”

Pictured: Sally Baber and Emma Davison
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