Helen Stoller

Helen Stoller

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Helen Stoller

Helen Stoller

Job Title: Partner - Divorce & Family Law Team

Supervised By: Amie Pine

Department: Divorce & Family

Location: Sandbach

Call me on:01270 527049


Helen is a dedicated family Solicitor and Partner who is adept at dealing with all aspects of family law including marriage and relationship breakdown, matrimonial finances, arrangements for children and nuptial agreements.

Helen’s clients benefit from her passion for providing sound, sensible legal advice alongside excellent service, describing her as “an absolute credit to Poole Alcock”, “amazing” and another stating “thank god for Helen Stoller”!  Helen’s primary concern is that her clients are well-informed, well-advised and well-cared for throughout proceedings.

Helen is proficient in advising clients in relation to the financial aspects of their separation and assisting clients to negotiate a financial agreement whenever possible.  In cases where alternative methods of dispute resolution are unsuccessful, Helen is able to advise and assist clients in resolving matters through court proceedings.

Helen has a particular interest in helping families to resolve arrangements for children and has recently acted for clients involved in complex Finding of Fact hearings where there were serious safeguarding concerns and in relation to emergency applications involving internal relocation and issues of parental alienation.

Helen also advises clients who have cohabited on their obligations and rights upon separation and provides advice to clients who are contemplating cohabitation or marriage in relation to cohabitation agreements and pre and post-nuptial agreements to help protect their assets in the event of a separation.

Helen is also a member of Resolution – a national organisation of family lawyers committed to non-confrontational divorce, separation and other family problems.

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