Gail Cook

Chartered Legal Executive

I have worked at the firm three times all together, from its beginnings as Yates and Co, moving on to becoming part of QualitySolicitors

I have over thirty years experience in family law, although I don’t look old enough for that to be possible!  I have worked at a number of firms in Nottingham City Centre, practising all aspects of family law including divorce, relationship breakdown generally, financial disputes, property disputes between couples living together, disputes about children, grandparents’ disputes about their grandchildren, domestic violence, living together agreements and pre-marital agreements, to name the main aspects of family law.

I believe in looking after my clients and giving them an honest, down to earth service.  I feel I am approachable and understanding of the issues that arise for people when relationships break down, as well as assisting in planning for that eventuality before they embark upon a relationship or marriage.  A lot of my clients have followed me to the various firms I have worked for.  I always return to Yates and Co, however, as they have the same values and outlook as myself when it comes to assisting clients and the way in which we do so.  Basically, they can’t get rid of me!

As well as enjoying my job immensely and getting a huge sense of satisfaction from helping my clients, I have a busy social life which revolves around spending time with my friends and family and taking an active interest in many sports including football, cricket, rugby league, darts and snooker – watching not participating...

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    • Posted on January 2, 2018
      QualitySolicitors Yates & Co is bringing in the New Year fresh-faced with an office move in the heart of Nottingham.

      To welcome clients at the new location, the team are offering 10 per cent off wills and probate services throughout the month of January.
    • Posted on October 3, 2017
      For most people, the thought of having to attend court fills them with dread and for the victims of abuse, this dread is heightened by having to be in the same building and, indeed, room, as their abuser. In addition, sometimes the abuser is not represented by a solicitor and is able to question the victim in the witness box, which can be, in itself, abuse
      Posted in: Domestic Abuse
    • Posted on August 25, 2017
      No one really wants to think about the law when parenting their child but sometimes issues arise where the parents do not live together and it is good to have someone to turn to for guidance at such times. Here at QualitySolicitors Yates and Co, we pride ourselves in giving friendly, down to earth advice in a relaxed atmosphere at the time you need that advice.

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