I have experienced some life changes of my own in recent weeks. As well as a new husband, a stepson and a move back across the Severn Bridge, I have taken a position with ‘virtual’ law firm Woolley & Co, a specialist family law firm with 19 lawyers based throughout the country.

Throughout my career, I have worked in London and the South East dealing with divorce and separation issues, as well as related financial matters. I have a special interest in disputes about children and have achieved success in a number of High Court matters involving complex and cutting edge children issues. My personal life has given me a perfect insight into the changing face of modern families and the potential challenges they face.

I trained as a collaborative lawyer, committing to the resolution of disputes without Court proceedings and have worked overseas as a family mediator (as well as running a theatre company in my spare time!).

I know that relationships often end at the worst times and family commitments, work and money worries combine to make life impossible. I am happy to meet clients wherever suits them (at their place of work or even in a relaxed coffee shop!) and, if preferred, do the majority of work by phone and email. I am committed to being up front and transparent with clients, and Woolley & Co offer (unusually) fixed fees for all aspects of family law work so clients can budget with no surprises at the end of a matter.

I am committed to providing a family law service that acknowledges the trauma of separation whilst remaining forward looking. I am committed to preserving dignity and humour in the worst of situations. Unafraid to be firm, I have first hand knowledge that people often have to continue their relationships long after separation.

I believe the proof of the pudding is always in the eating and am proud to display my client testimonials at www.family-lawfirm.co.uk and on the Testimonials Page on this blog.



Divorce, Separation, Financial disputes, Children disputes, Living Together and Prenuptial agreements mainly in South Wales and West London


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