As the Director of London Family Solicitor Natalie is a Resolution accredited family law specialist specialising in financial remedies in divorce and parental child abduction. Resolution specialists are members who have submitted themselves to a rigorous assessment to demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, practical application of the law and best practice. Natalie is a member of the London Regional group of Resolution (formerly known as the Solicitors Family Law Association) and also sits on the High Court User's Group.
For over ten years Natalie's work has comprised a broad range of family matters, often involving private law children and wardship proceedings in the High Court and with a complex or international element. Natalie has been instructed by the Central Authority for England and Wales in a number of important international child abduction cases, being a panel member. She also specialises in cases involving financial provision for children and all aspects of financial provision arising out of relationship breakdown or cohabitation, such as maintenance pending suit and ToLATA applications.
Natalie has been ranked in the Legal 500
Natalie speaks fluent Italian and German.
Rachel qualified as a lawyer in 2007 and has specialised in family law ever since. As an accredited mediator (trained to consult with children within the mediation process), Rachel’s collaborative skills permeate her solicitor’s practice and she endeavours to settle matters in a non-litigious and conciliatory way.
Rachel is often praised by clients for being pragmatic, whilst maintaining her client’s position and ensuring a positive outcome for her clients. Rachel has a keen eye for detail and offers client’s a direct and no-nonsense approach, providing clear and sensible advice.
Rachel’s experience spans the breadth of family law including all private children matters; including child arrangements agreements and Schedule 1 applications, matters involving cohabitees and pre-nuptial agreements but her particular interest lies within complex financial proceedings. She also has in depth knowledge of matters pertaining to the Jewish Get (religious divorce) and is often instructed due to her expertise in this area.
Rachel is often invited to talk about mediation and has most notably sat on a panel of mediators debating mediation’s place within religion.
Rachel is also on the executive committee of the Jewish Marriage Council, where she set up and now runs their mediation service.
Outside of work, Rachel’s three young children take up the majority of her time.
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George graduated from City University London as a Bachelor of Laws in 2014, before returning to City Law School to complete the Bar Professional Training Course in 2016. He has worked with London Family Solicitor as a Paralegal since completing his academic studies.
Formerly Deputy-Chairman of his local political association and presently a member of several think-tanks; George is also a volunteer at the Free Representation Unit and assists clients with their Social Security Appeals.
For recreation, George enjoys horse-riding, theatre-going and board gaming.