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Ruth Tyas

Associate Solicitor

Ruth specialises in all aspects of family law and since 2010 she has been an accredited specialist in private law children matters and in domestic abuse where urgent protective remedies are required.

Ruth Tyas

Specialisms

Divorce
Finances
Children Matters
Domestic Violence Injunctions
Civil Partnerships
Publicly Funded Work

Approach

Ruth specialises in all aspects of family law and also has experience in specialist cases including clients undergoing transgender-realignment surgery, domestic violence cases and where children have been removed from the jurisdiction. Ruth also deals with the breakdown of relationships and the associated settlement of financial matters. In addition to this Ruth is an experienced advocate and can also advise on legal aid particularly in relation to matters concerning children and victims of domestic violence.

Ruth also has experience working with the financial elements of family law whilst also able to advise on children matters and also the niche area of transexual matters.

She describes her approach as straight-forward, honest and centred around making clients feel comfortable, she also tries to support the client to access additional referral services such as Women’s Aid and counselling where possible.

 

Career Highlights

  • Ruth joined Rothera Dowson in 2009 before they merged with Sharp Young and Pearce to form Rothera Sharp in 2016

Ruth Tyas's Experience

Qualifications

  • After graduating from law school in Newcastle she went on to qualify as a solicitor in 2004
  • Since 2010 Ruth has been an accredited specialist in private law children matters and in domestic abuse where urgent protective remedies are required and demonstrates specialist knowledge in these areas. She recently achieved re-accreditation in early 2016.

Positions Held

Associate solicitor

Memberships & Accreditations

Resolution Member
Resolution Accredited Specialist in private law children & domestic abuse

Testimonials

“Thank you for all your hard work, which paid off in the end. As well, thank you for your amazing service and support you provided for me all the way through. It was pleasure to work with you and I wish you all the best.”
Patrik Fresko
“Ruth was professional, reassuring and gave me great advice. I felt totally reassured that she was doing the best for me and my son. She kept in contact with me throughout and gave me the confidence to attend court myself. I would definitely recommend Ruth-absolutely brilliant, again! ”
Helen Baston

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Ruth Tyas's Experience

Qualifications

  • After graduating from law school in Newcastle she went on to qualify as a solicitor in 2004
  • Since 2010 Ruth has been an accredited specialist in private law children matters and in domestic abuse where urgent protective remedies are required and demonstrates specialist knowledge in these areas. She recently achieved re-accreditation in early 2016.

Positions Held

Associate solicitor

Memberships & Accreditations

Resolution Member
Resolution Accredited Specialist in private law children & domestic abuse
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