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Sue Dutton

Legal Executive

Sue Dutton is a Legal Executive in the Family and Childcare department at Rotheras and is based at our Long Eaton office.

Sue Dutton

Approach

Sue is Accredited by Resolution as a specialist family lawyer with Advanced Financial Provision 1 and Children Law Private, Sue regularly deals with a variety of matters including children matters, financial matters, divorce and co-habitation agreements.

Sue works within the guidelines of Resolution and prefers a conciliatory approach to resolving matters that is in the best interests of both the parties, in particular where children are involved, preventing court proceedings where possible.

Sue shows a great deal of empathy to clients as well as a friendly approach; much of her client base is made up of long-standing clients who use Sue for their legal matters time and again.

Career Highlights

  • Sue’s journey in to law started straight from school as a legal secretary before going on to qualify as a Legal Executive in 1995 where her remit included crime and family work
  • She joined Sharp and Partners in November 2004 before they went on to merge with Rothera Dowson to form Rothera Sharp in 2016

Sue Dutton's Experience

Memberships & Accreditations

Accredited by Resolution as a specialist family lawyer with Advanced Financial Provision 1 and Children Law Private

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Sue Dutton's Experience

Memberships & Accreditations

Accredited by Resolution as a specialist family lawyer with Advanced Financial Provision 1 and Children Law Private
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