Tracey Miller Family Law located at Semmes House, America House Rumford Court, 12 Rumford Pl, Liverpool L3 9DG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 515 3036

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Sue Singleton

5 Google Rating

From start to finish Tracey made a very distressing time much less stressful. Her attention to deta

5/ 5

From start to finish Tracey made a very distressing time much less stressful. Her attention to detail is second to none, and her drive to get the absolute best outcome for you is relentless. Without the skills Tracey and her team exhibit, I am sure I would be in a very different position to where I am now. She is friendly and approachable but also extremely tough when needed. I can't thank her enough for getting me through my divorce.

Lee Costello

4 Google Rating

Tracey Miller Law, are a very professional and understanding. Good communication and clear advice bo

4/ 5

Tracey Miller Law, are a very professional and understanding. Good communication and clear advice both given and undertaking, throughout. I was very pleased with how my needs where met. Great service. Great professional and personable, approach to my worries.

Linda Whittaker

5 Google Rating

Very happy with the friendly and professional service. Guided every step of the way during an extrem

5/ 5

Very happy with the friendly and professional service. Guided every step of the way during an extremely difficult time. Highly recommended.

Eoghan Brennan

5 Google Rating

Nobody plans for divorce so I really did need legal support to guide me through a long and difficult

5/ 5

Nobody plans for divorce so I really did need legal support to guide me through a long and difficult one - I was glad I went through Tracey Miller Family Law. Although all of the Tracey Miller personnel I encountered were polite and friendly, the overwhelming majority of my dealings were with my solicitor Rebecca Finnegan. Rebecca was hugely helpful. In particular, I would like to mention her empathy and keen listening skills. Divorce is a difficult thing to talk about, and I sometimes struggled to express myself, but Rebecca never rushed me, or put words in my mouth, and always seemed to be able to pull out the key points I was trying to make, without making me repeat myself. Her letters and reports, which would be sent to me for review before sending to third parties, were always very clear and concise summaries of our discussions, needing little or no amends - this was a refreshing change from other companies I have had dealings with. Finally, I would like to mention that the way divorce law ACTUALLY works can be very different from how you EXPECT it to work. Whenever there was a mismatch between my expectations and legal reality, Rebecca was very good at managing my expectations and explaining why things are the way they are and how best to work around it. This was also very helpful.

Mark Kaye

5 Google Rating

Tracey Miller Family law have always been professional, helpful and supportive whilst handling my ca

5/ 5

Tracey Miller Family law have always been professional, helpful and supportive whilst handling my case. Angela Traynier in particular has always been generous with her time and her knowledge, support and advice has never let me down. I see my daughter because of Tracey Miller Family Law so I could never recommend them highly enough.

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