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Leah Rhydderch
Associate Solicitor
After Relationships End Children Domestic Violence Ending Relationships Family Matters Starting Relationships

Leah is an Associate Solicitor in our Family Matters team, supporting clients with her expertise in divorce matters, cohabitation disputes, children, ancillary financial matters and domestic violence.

She is known for her clear, pragmatic and focused approach and, where necessary, strong and robust representation in court. Leah joined Watkins & Gunn in 2013.

Leah is a fluent Welsh speaker and has appeared on BBC Cymru commenting on family law.

Professional Qualifications

  • Accredited Resolution Specialist

Professional Memberships

  • The Law Society of England & Wales
  • The Law Society of England & Wales Family Law Panel
  • Resolution (formerly Solicitors Family Law Association)

Outside of work

Leah is a keen world traveller, enjoying the wonders of the world with her husband and daughter. She also loves to spend her free time and weekends exploring the outdoors.

Contact Details
Telephone
01633 240749
Email
lrhydderch@watkinsandgunn.co.uk

Leah is an Associate Solicitor in our Family Matters team, supporting clients with her expertise in divorce matters, cohabitation disputes, children, ancillary financial matters and domestic violence.

COVID-19 UPDATE

As a firm we are fully supportive of the governments attempts to try to limit the spread of COVID-19.

We have therefore closed all of our offices until further notice.

We are however open for business remotely. We have set up systems to ensure that our staff are able to continue to support you through home working.

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