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Peter Hardy, Chartered Legal Executive

Peter Hardy

Chartered Legal Executive

About Peter

Peter has spent his entire career specialising in all matters relating to divorce and separation. He qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 1997 before completing mediation training in 1998. Over this time. Peter has developed an excellent reputation in the legal profession as an astute, practical and knowledgeable family law specialist. Although he no longer practices in mediation matters, he finds many of the skills and principles he learned in his training still apply to the matters he now deals with.

Beginning his career at Langleys, Peter remained with the firm for many years before accepting a position at a local firm specialising in divorce and separation cases in 2005.  Returning to Langleys in 2015, Peter is now established as a key member of the family law team. Based at our Lincoln office,  Peter specialises in managing matrimonial finance, cases including those with a high net value and pension issues, including armed forces pension schemes. He also has considerable experience in dealing with private law proceedings relating to children, the preparation of pre and post nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements.

A committed member of Resolution, the organisation for constructive family lawyers, Peter upholds the Resolution good practice guide and adopts a non confrontational approach in all matters.

Peter has a strong desire to offer clients a safe haven in what can be difficult circumstances, supported with practical advice and guidance in a measured and balanced way. He favours this approach with a view to ensuring all clients feel they retain control of their lives and can make informed choices for a positive future

Service expertise

Children Disputes

Situations involving children can be difficult and sensitive. Our experienced team are here to provide support and guidance, aiming to achieve the very best outcome for you and your family.

Cohabitation and property disputes

Many people are not aware that living together, even for a long period of time, does not automatically grant you the same rights as a married couple. Without a formal agreement, problems can arise if the relationship breaks down, including where family or friends purchase property together. 

Divorce and Separation

The breakdown of a relationship can be one of the most stressful and challenging situations a person can experience. From the division of assets to the protection of the children, it is important that you understand your rights. Offering specialist expert advice and guidance, we will recommend a path that helps you take control of the situation and leads to a resolution that works for the situation you find yourself in.

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