- Thank you for all your help and advice. I would recommend you to anyone needing a good solicitor
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- Always most helpful, knowledgeable and understanding. Very pleasant and efficient
- Thank you very much for all of the work that you have done, delighted with the speed with which matters were concluded
Ashley Le Core has worked in family law for around 9 years and has been a qualified solicitor for 4 years. He has expertise in all aspects of family law, including divorce and finances upon divorce, separation, children matters and domestic violence injunctions, and TOLATA claims.
His main area of focus is children matters and he has recently seen many positive outcomes of these types matters with the clients being very satisfied.
Ashley undertakes this work on a day-to-day basis for his clients and is fully committed to this area of family law and is always willing to go the extra mile for his clients.
Ashley’s expertise extends to relocation applications, where a parent may wish to relocate to another country with their child or children. These are specialised applications and Ashley can assist parents if agreement cannot be reached.
What Ashley says:
“I undertook my LLB Law Degree at the University of Hertfordshire and then subsequently completed my Legal Practice Course in the University of Law in Bloomsbury. I have always been very interested in family law and focused on this from an early stage of my career. My aim is to work with clients to give them the greatest opportunity of securing a favourable outcome.
In 2015, I was shortlisted to the final three of the ‘Kent Law Society Junior Lawyer of the Year’ which was a tremendous honour. To be recognised over the entirety of Kent for such an award was very humbling and I was thrilled that my work had been recognised.
I dedicate time undertaking pro-bono work at local domestic violence one stop shops, alongside talks at Universities and organisations such as ‘Choices’ and Maidstone County Council. With this work I enable people with limited means to obtain valuable legal advice.
I have a particular interest in children disputes. Much of my case load involves assisting families that have broken down to ensure arrangements regarding the children are dealt with in a respectful and calm manner. These matters can be very upsetting for the families and I take special interest ensuring that the outcome is what is best for the children and family as a whole. I have undertaken this type of work for a substantial time often attending Court myself. Representing my client at court hearings means they have the same person dealing with all aspects of their matter. This can help the clients feel reassured that I know all aspects of their case and of course only have their best interests at heart.
In my spare time, I enjoy listening to music and attending concerts. I greatly enjoy the cinema and keeping up with the latest films. I also enjoy sports, including rugby, Formula 1, football and tennis. I very much enjoy spending time with my family, friends and wife and enjoy socialising and taking part in different events.”
If I were not a lawyer, I would be...
A teacher. I am quite confident in speaking to groups of people and like knowing that I have been able to pass knowledge on. I think I have quite a good sense of humour also and can engage with people well, so I feel these skills would translate well into teaching.