London Family Solicitor welcomes Moghda Qadery

London Family Solicitor welcomes Moghda Qadery to the team who has joined as a Family Paralegal. She has recently graduated from the University of Law, with First Class Honours. During her free time, she serves as a tutor for law students and is an aspiring barrister, who hopes to commence her BVC the following year.

She is fluent in Farsi, and is currently teaching herself Spanish. She is also an avid reader and loves to travel (outside of pandemic times).

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Family Mediation Online

At London Family Solicitor we have been mediating online before COVID-19 happened and now we are currently mediating online with all our mediation clients.

The positives of mediating online:

During COVID-19 this is the safest way to ensure clients can mediate by avoiding face to face contact.

If there has been domestic abuse in the relationship clients may not want to arrive and leave the building together. By having the meeting online this helps to solve the problem of arriving or leaving the building at the same time.

CORONAVIRUS: What it means for Family law firms.

On 23 March 2020, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a national lockdown ordering people to stay at home except for a limited set of purposes. It was announced that these measures are in place for at least three weeks and they will be reviewed afterwards, where they are likely to be extended.

At London Family Solicitor, our priority is the safety of our team, our clients and the local community. We have therefore moved our team to a home-based working model and will be ceasing all face to face contact in an attempt to limit interactions in accordance with guidance.