Rachel Fisher

Solicitor, Bristol

From the outset, my clients are my main priority and I will strive to reach a prompt and fair outcome to help reduce emotional and financial pressure. I focus on divorce and the financial and children issues arising from this.  I also regularly advise cohabitating couples.

Areas of Expertise
  • Children Issues
  • Civil Partnerships
  • Cohabiting Couples
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Financial Settlements
  • Resolution Member


Rachel has advised and represented clients in divorce and financial remedy proceedings, and has experience of working with unmarried clients. Rachel frequently advises on agreements reached in the mediation process. Additionally, she advises, and represents in the Family Court, those clients who have been unable to reach an agreement about arrangements for children.

Rachel is based in the firms Bristol office and in her spare time contributes to the local legal community, through her roles as Chair of the Bristol Junior Lawyers Division, and Practice Advisor on the BPP Access to Practice Scheme.

Rachel is a member of Resolution.

Training & employment experience

Educated at Christ’s Hospital School, Horsham, Rachel went on to gain a first class honors degree in Law at the University of the West of England. Following this, she gained an LLM. LPC at the University of Law in Bristol. Rachel has specialised in family law, and practised at a niche family law firm before her appointment with Stowe Family Law.


The client is Rachel’s priority, and she strives to save costs and achieve a prompt, fair outcome.

Outside of work

Outside of work, Rachel enjoys travel, theatre, reading and taking part in a number of sporting activities.

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Posts by Rachel Fisher
Children|Divorce|Family|Separation October 9th 2018

Stowe support: What is a child arrangements order?

A large part of a divorce or separation for those couples with children is to try and make the process ...

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Cohabitation|Relationships July 11th 2018

If you’re cohabiting, it doesn’t give you the same rights as being married

It’s a myth that cohabiting gives you any legal protection after a break-up. Rachel Fisher from the Stowe Family ...

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