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Family/Matrimonial — Milton Keynes and surrounds


Hawkins Family Law - Family/Matrimonial

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Commentary from the Chambers UK guide

Basic facts about the department
- 3 partners
- 1 other qualified lawyer
- Office location ranked: Milton Keynes

What the team is known for Boutique family law firm which punches above its weight in terms of high-value and complex matrimonial finance instructions. Also represents clients in the negotiation of wealth protection agreements and private law childcare arrangements. Fields a team trained in collaborative law and alternative dispute resolution.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)

"I never felt any doubt as to what the next part of the challenging divorce process was. They reacted quickly and kept me informed of changing situations."

"The firm is approachable and has a 'family' feel, but you are never in any doubt that you are being handled by competent professionals."

Notable practitioners

Loraine Davenport focuses her practice on ancillary relief for high net worth individuals, as well as complex cases involving children. "I found her to be really good, and very realistic in terms of giving advice. She has very good client care skills," says one interviewee.

Annabel Hayward's practice centres on financial provision and cohabitation matters. She has a particular interest in providing legal protection to cohabiting couples. One source comments: "I found her knowledge in the area to be excellent and her approach to the solution was exceedingly practical."

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Slater and Gordon Lawyers - Family/Matrimonial

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Commentary from the Chambers UK guide

Basic facts about the department
- 1 partner
- 3 other qualified lawyers
- Office location ranked: Milton Keynes

What the team is known for National firm providing a personalised service. Experienced in international matters with complex financial aspects.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)

"The team representing and advising me were faultless."

"They are organised and pragmatic."

Notable practitioners

Joanne Green in Milton Keynes is a key contact.

Since publication, Caroline Watson has joined Shoosmiths LLP

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Band 1

Shakespeare Martineau

From the Chambers UK guide

Jane Charlton of Shakespeare Martineau handles a range of family law cases, representing spouses and cohabitees in disputes as well as advising on children-related matters. She is also a trained collaborative lawyer.

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Band 2

Loraine Davenport

Hawkins Family Law

From the Chambers UK guide

Loraine Davenport focuses her practice on ancillary relief for high net worth individuals, as well as complex cases involving children. "I found her to be really good, and very realistic in terms of giving advice. She has very good client care skills," says one interviewee.

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Band 2

Hawkins Family Law

From the Chambers UK guide

Annabel Hayward's practice centres on financial provision and cohabitation matters. She has a particular interest in providing legal protection to cohabiting couples. One source comments: "I found her knowledge in the area to be excellent and her approach to the solution was exceedingly practical."

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Band 2

Shoosmiths LLP

From the Chambers UK guide

Since publication, Caroline Watson has joined Shoosmiths LLP

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