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Surrey Family Solicitor joins 14 other lawyers in country with new international qualification

6th November 2013

Mundays Senior Associate Miranda Green has qualified as a Resolution accredited specialist in family European and International law, joining only 14 other lawyers with this qualification in the country.
Miranda specialises in all areas of family law including divorce, complex family matters, international jurisdictional cases and private disputes over child custody. This new accreditation from Resolution - an organisation in England and Wales that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family law matters - means Miranda is now recognised and promoted as a specialist in dealing with international and cross-jurisdictional divorce matters.

Miranda is also a Resolution-recognised specialist in complex financial matters and disputes.

Miranda said of her new accreditation: "Here in Surrey we increasingly live in an international community with family life crossing borders, in part due to the flexibility that the EU provides when it comes to working in its different member states. As a result, family lawyers increasingly need to advise on the global laws governing divorce and divorce matters involving an international element are increasingly seen across the UK.

“Resolution is a fantastic organisation and my new accreditation will help me to work with clients that have international family law requirements to come to the most constructive and harmonious divorce agreement, as well as support other lawyers who are dealing with these international issues.”

Miranda’s accreditation comes as head of the family team at Mundays, Graham Coy qualified as a Family Arbitrator.

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