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Clizia Motterle

Solicitor

T: 01225 730197 (DDI)
T: 01225 730100
E: clizia.motterle@roydswithyking.com

If you are having difficulty getting in touch with your contact then you can email enquiries@roydswithyking.com or call 0800 923 2073

Clizia joined our Family team in September 2015 and advises on divorce and matrimonial finances. She is also involved in advising clients who have been victim of domestic abuse.



I would like to thank you very much for your kind support during a really tough time. You and your team are so nice, friendly and supportive and so good at what you do and provide excellent advice.
Royds Withy King - Family client

About Clizia

Clizia joined Royds Withy King in 2013 as a Trainee Solicitor. She gained experience in advising individuals by working in our Family, Residential Property, Private Client, and Court of Protection departments. Clizia is an Italian national and bilingual Italian / English.

The Chambers and Partners 2020 rankings named Clizia as an ‘associate to watch’.

Experience

  • Advising clients on all aspects of divorce and separation proceedings
  • Advising clients on all aspects of matrimonial finances
  • Advising on issues relating to domestic abuse and violence, such as non-molestation orders, protection from harassment act injunctions and occupation orders.

Memberships

  • Resolution
  • Bath Young Professionals
  • Bristol Junior Lawyers Division
  • Bath Business Women Association

My clients are often distressed as even the most amicable relationship breakdown can be very emotional at times. I always aim to establish good relationships with clients, making sure they know I am there to help. I offer sympathy when it’s needed, while adopting a pragmatic approach in my advice. I believe that litigation should be the last resort in family disputes, and always encourage clients to keep a line of communication open, to try and resolve matters through amicable and cost-effective negotiation.

Clizia Motterle

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