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Jennifer Lindup-Salmon

Chartered Legal Executive (FCILEx) Family Law

About me

Family Law is all about helping people in difficult situations and guiding them to a new, more positive chapter. It is a deeply personal area of law and there is nothing more gratifying than seeing clients reach the best possible outcome for them.

I appreciate how worrying and nerve-wracking the process can be, so my priority is to keep clients informed and up to date as much as I possibly can in a clear and approachable manner. No matter how big or small the query is, I am always available for open and honest discussions – clients should know where I am when they need me. Having worked in all aspects of family law including divorce proceedings, financial matters and child contact disputes for a range of clients, my advice is always tailored to individual needs and concerns.

Outside work, I love spending time with my Labrador and seeking the next outdoor adventure – a bit of stand-up paddle boarding (if I can stay upright!) along the river Wye is a personal favourite!

Assistance with financial proceedings leads to client testimonial

Clare Whittaker, a partner within the Hereford Family Law team, assisted by Jennifer Lindup, a Chartered Legal Executive, regularly assists clients within divorce and related financial proceedings. They provided advice, understanding and support to a client within contested financial remedy proceedings and secured the client a favourable settlement during the Financial Dispute Hearing, avoiding the need for attendance at a Final Hearing. They received the following thanks from the client. “Thanks for all this, Clare: I really appreciate all the hard work that you and Jenni have put into my case over the past two years”.
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Always look at the bigger picture, not just the here and now.

Ensure your children are always your priority

Be open and honest with me from the get-go as that will ensure I can provide you with the best advice, tailored to your personal situation.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will my divorce take?

This is dependent upon your circumstances and each case is different. A straightforward, amicable divorce can take between 6 to 8 months. However, this can take much longer if the divorce and / or financial matters between you and your spouse become disputed.

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