Having studied at Nottingham Law School and the University of Law, Marjha began her legal career in London in 2005 and qualified in May 2010, following completion of a training contract at a boutique London law firm.
In 2014, Marjha relocated back to Wales and led a team at legacy firm Burroughs Day in Bristol, later joining the growing family team at Irwin Mitchell. In 2021, Marjha joined specialist firm RDP Law to relaunch the family team, where they were shortlisted for Family Team of the Year at the 2022 Wales Legal Awards.
Marjha has a strong strategic and commercially-minded focus and thrives in a team where she can build strong individual relationships as a leader.
Marjha joined Stowe’s Cardiff office in November 2023.
Marjha specializes in High Net Worth Divorce and Financial Settlements, with a focus on handling complex cases involving farming and business/company disputes. Her expertise extends to contested Schedule 1 financial support, pre/post-nuptial agreements, contested children matters (including international relocation and child abduction), and wealth protection.
Marjha has a particular emphasis on advising clients within the realms of farming and landed estates, as well as providing guidance to business owners and individuals with inherited wealth. Her specialization underscores a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies involved in navigating intricate legal landscapes related to high-value divorce cases and financial settlements.
Marjha is acknowledged in the Legal 500 for her expertise, described as ‘very knowledgeable and compassionate,’ and recognized as a Next Generation Partner. Her specialization lies in advising on divorces with complex assets, including intricate business structures and trusts.
A proud member of Resolution, Marjha is dedicated to fostering a constructive approach in family law.
Beyond her legal practice, Marjha contributes insights through writings for prominent publications like Spear’s, Farmers Weekly, and the ‘Living’ group. She also engages in education, lecturing for the University of the West of England’s Course Connect program.
Marjha’s influence extends to legal advocacy, actively participating in the lobbying for No Fault Divorce and being invited to speak at significant events, such as the Law Commission’s ‘Reform of Financial Provision’ debate at the House of Lords in June 2023 and the CLA’s ‘Next Generation’ event at The Royal Welsh in July 2023, showcasing her as a notable figure in the legal community.
When Marjha is not keeping up with the lively antics of her exuberant 6-year-old, she can be spotted on the sidelines of a rugby pitch, passionately backing her daughter’s games or energetically cheering for Wales. Marjha also channels her enthusiasm into the culinary realm, orchestrating delightful meals and hosting gatherings that bring family and friends together around a bountiful table.
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