Laura Bell is an Associate Solicitor, Collaborative Family Practitioner and Accredited Mediator within our Family Department at Lamb Brooks.


Laura joined Lamb Brooks in 2007 as a trainee. In 2009, she qualified as a Solicitor within the Family Team. Laura became an Associate at the firm in 2014, and also qualified as a Collaborative Family Practitioner.


In 2015 Laura qualified as a Mediator and in 2018 she achieved her Accredited Status.


Key Specialisms

Divorce Proceedings / Civil Partnership Dissolution  |  Finances upon Divorce / Civil Partnership  |  Arrangements for Children  |  Children Relocation  |  Separation Agreements  |  Pre / Post Marriage Agreements  |  Cohabitation Agreements  |  Variation of Financial Orders  |  Mediation  |  Collaborative Practice

Laura Bell

Associate Solicitor | Family

t: 01256 305 507


Laura’s key area of work is to assist individuals manage their finances upon divorce / civil partnership dissolution and to also reach agreement in respect of the arrangements for their children.


Laura finds that Mediation and using the Collaborative Family Process, assists individuals (and their family as a whole) manage a separation or divorce in an amicable and pragmatic way. It allows clients to deal with these matters with dignity, and allows them to have control over what should happen to their assets instead of having an Order imposed on them by the Court.


There is no client too big or too small – we offer services to those who require assistance with limited assets or liabilities and to those with property portfolios, businesses and assets abroad.


Outside of work Laura is a member of the firm’s Netball team, and enjoys keeping active at the local gym. Laura enjoys going on holiday to new countries and exploring different cultures.


Laura sits as a Trustee for Anvil Arts and supports the local networking group Women in Business, having served 3 years as the President of the group.


Loves: A good novel  |  Afternoon tea  |  Christmas

Loathes: The dentist  |  Flying  |  Inequality