Jacqui Marsland

Consultant solicitor

I qualified as a solicitor in 1998 having completed my training in Manchester.  In 2003 I moved to the area and began working at Hopleys in Wrexham and became a partner in 2006.  I gained national accreditation from the Law Society when I was appointed to the Law Society’s Family Panel in 2005.

I can provide constructive advice in relation to divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, financial matters on relationship breakdown, co-habitation and private children matters.  I avoid legal terminology where possible  and take a common sense approach to issues.  I am also able to refer people to mediation should that be appropriate.

I also help people when they are selling or buying a property or re-mortgaging.  In addition I can provide advice on Wills.

Many of my clients have been recommended by people who have used my services before.

In my free time I enjoy travelling, darts, scuba diving and like pushing myself at boot camp

Jacqui Marsland - Awards and accreditations

  • Family Law

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on January 21, 2020
      Making the decision to separate or divorce is not easy, especially when there are children involved. You could be feeling a sense of shock, sadness or anger as well as worrying about how your separation will affect your children and relationships with family and friends. There are probably financial and practical worries bubbling away too. A distressing time becomes overwhelming if your ex-partner says they are going to stop you from having contact with your children. There are many reasons for this, and contact denial can happen at any time – not just immediately after separation or divorce.

      Here we talk about what you can do to make sure child access arrangements are fair to everybody, and most importantly, that your children’s welfare is at the core.
    • Posted on January 9, 2020
      The decision to divorce is never easy. It’s an emotional rollercoaster, whatever your circumstances. Being in a relationship can feel like a comfort blanket, and separation can leave you with a cold sense of loss. You might be scared about starting again on your own, or excited, or both. If you have children you’ll be worried about the impact on their wellbeing, and you may also be worried about child and financial arrangements.
    • Posted on January 25, 2016
      Jacqui Marsland, Family Law expert at QualitySolicitors Hopleys GMA, explains the process and gives more details on what a silver divorce involves.

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