Shelley has practiced in Family Law for nearly 10 years and has built up a wealth of experience and exposure working across the country.
Shelley deals with all aspects of a relationship breakdown to include both unmarried and married/civil partnership couples.
Shelley regularly deals divorce and financial relief matters and has extensive experience in dealing with a variety of significant clients and high-value cases. Shelley also deals with multi-jurisdictional cases and cases concerning public sector pensions such as Military, Police and NHS pensions.
Shelley also deals with sensitive cases concerning Children and quasi-contentious matters including public authority involvement such as Special Guardianship. Shelley regularly deals with contact disputes and cases concerning specific issues such as education, medical treatment and religion. Shelley also deals with cases concerning relocation and financial provision for children under Schedule 1 of the Children Act. Shelley also has experience of dealing with Surrogacy and Adoption.
As a forward-thinker and strategic planner, Shelley ensures that her clients are well-guided throughout their case and adopts a hands-on approach to deliver results as swiftly as possible. Shelley has a strong attention to detail and goes above and beyond to ensure her clients are well informed and put at ease at every opportunity.
Training & Employment
Shelley studied law at Coventry University and qualified as a Graduate Member of the Chartered Institutes of Legal Executives in January 2018.
She is currently completing her Legal Practice Course with a view to qualifying as a Solicitor in 2019.
Outside of Work
Outside of work Shelley likes to travel and spend time with her family.
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Shelley was shortlisted for the Chartered Legal Executive/Paralegal Award at the Family Law Awards in 2017.