We understand that separating or divorcing from your partner can be a very difficult time. You may feel vulnerable, worried about money or concerned about how to resolve a dispute about your children. You need expert and cost-effective advice from lawyers who have the personal skills to support you, the litigation skills to fight your corner and the technical skills to ensure that you achieve the best possible solution.
Mundays has one of the largest and most established Family Law teams in the South East of England. Many members of the team have qualified or worked in leading City firms and regularly take on complex and high value cases against the magic circle firms in London. The team is adept at dealing with complex family matters including those involving businesses, trusts and those with an international element and the bulk of our work is heard in either the Central Family Court in London or the High Court. We also have expertise in resolving disputes concerning children and non-married couples.
All of our team are members of Resolution, an organisation of Solicitors with the objective of trying to resolve family disputes in a non confrontational way.
Mundays' team has a versatile team acting on financial matters involving businesses and offshore trusts. Also adept in handling private law children matters, including maintenance and residence orders. Growing expertise in TOLATA and Inheritance Act matters.
Chambers & Partners 2017
Mundays LLP ‘always provides an extremely professional service’. The practice assists with financial matters concerning onshore and offshore assets, financial remedy proceedings and contested spousal maintenance agreements. It also handles children matters involving alternative family structures, sexual abuse cases and Children’s Act litigation. The practice is also well-versed in alternative dispute resolution methods, with several team members as trained mediators and collaborative solicitors, and regularly handles pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements involving multi-jurisdictional assets and international relocation applications. Miranda Green now leading the department. Also recommended are Judith Fitton, who ‘is thorough, to-the-point, very focused and clear’, collaborative lawyer Sarah Duckworth, and private law children disputes expert Rachel Lemon.
The Legal 500 UK 2017