Role: Solicitor

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Grazyna Dzisiewska

About Grazyna

I have been a solicitor for over 20 years and am on the Children Accreditation Panel meaning that I can accept instructions from Guardian’s and children directly (if competent). I have been on the panel for 12 years and have vast experience in Care Proceedings brought by the Local Authority, as well as applications to discharge the care proceedings.

It is important for lay clients to be able to understand and navigate both care proceedings and other issues when social services are involved so that they fully understand the process and what they need to do. I often find that parents are overwhelmed when social services become involved with their children and find the processes very confusing as well as distressing. Parents are very often not aware of their rights or what each step of the process entails.

Advises on following areas of law:

Recognised For:

  • Being able to reassure and advise clients through the processes when social services are involved with their children.


  • French and Polish – conversation level


  • North Staffs University Law Degree
  • North Staffs University Legal Practice Course

Career History

  • Director/Owner FBH International [later as the Gourmet Cookshop]
  • 12 years Training and early qualification years at Dicksons Solicitors Hanley
  • 3 years at Walers and Plaskitt solicitors Smallthorne Stoke
  • 5 years at Hall Smith Whittingham solicitors Crewe
  • 2 years at Youngs Law Stoke on Trent


  • Gardening, Cooking, Baking
  • Taking the dog out for walks
  • Travelling
  • Trying to hide from my 11 grandchildren!!

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