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Mundays promotes new head of family team

3rd May 2016

Surrey-based law firm Mundays has appointed Miranda Green to head its family team.

Miranda, who joined the Cobham firm from London in 2008, specialises in all areas of relationship breakdown including divorce, complex financial matters, international jurisdictional cases and private children disputes.

A trained mediator and collaborative solicitor and a Resolution accredited specialist in European and International family law and complex finances, Miranda currently offers her expertise across Surrey and beyond, as well as advising on pre-nuptial and cohabitation agreements.

Commenting on her appointment, Miranda said: “I am very excited to be taking on this role as head of the department. The family team at Mundays is very strong and works on a whole range of complex and multi-jurisdictional cases. We are continuing to grow our expertise in all areas of family law with a particular focus on international cases and the modern family.

“I am looking forward to continuing the development of our family team’s expertise to match our client base’s evolving needs.”

Valerie Toon, Managing Partner at Mundays, said: “We are delighted to have Miranda take the role as head of the family team. Clients’ needs come first with Miranda and I have no doubt her expertise and direction will drive our team onto further successes.”

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