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Skyler Broadhead

Senior Paralegal

Skyler Broadhead is a Senior Paralegal in Rotheras Solicitors Child Care department and is based at our Lace Market office.

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Specialisms

Adoption including placing children for Adoption
Care Proceedings
Child Arrangement Orders
Parental Responsibility
Prohibited Steps Orders
Special Guardianship
Specific Issue Orders
Domestic Violence
Parental Disputes

Approach

Skyler Broadhead is a Senior Paralegal in the Childcare department, she works alongside Ann-Marie Bowman, Sally Hartland and Rebecca Lister across a wide range of child care matters including; Care Proceedings, Adoption, Child Arrangement Orders and Special Guardianship.

Caring and sympathetic in her approach, Skyler is understanding of the complexity of child care matters and the impact this can have on parents. She seeks to ensure parents and guardians have absolute clarity and understanding throughout proceedings and believes in the importance of devloping good relationships, providing clear communication throughout.

Career Highlights

  • 2012-2016 – JGQC: Started as receptionist and worked her way up into fee-earning; divorce and private children’s work
  • 2016- Lincoln and City County Council: progressed into care work
  • 2016–2017 – Sills & Betteridge: domestic violence and child abductions work
  • 2017–2020 – JGQC solicitors: divorce and financial matters
  • 2020 – Rotheras Solicitors: joined the care department as a Senior Paralegal

Skyler Broadhead's Experience

Experience

8 Years

Qualifications

  • Legal secretary diploma with CILEX Law School
  • Level 3 Legal Executive CILEX – ongoing

Memberships & Accreditations

Member of CILEX

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Skyler Broadhead's Experience

Experience

8 Years

Qualifications

  • Legal secretary diploma with CILEX Law School
  • Level 3 Legal Executive CILEX – ongoing

Memberships & Accreditations

Member of CILEX
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