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Angharad joined Warners in 2013, having worked exclusively in family law since 2003. Angharad specialises in children and financial disputes that come about following the breakdown of a relationship.
Angharad is acutely aware just how difficult and emotionally charged, it can be for individuals going through a separation; or finding themselves in dispute with a former partner or spouse. While Angharad embraces mediation and other non-adversarial solutions, Angharad is an experienced litigator, and prides herself on providing a sensible and pragmatic approach to each case; presented to the client in an accessible and jargon free manner.
If Angharad is unavailable please contact, Toni Gladstone, 01732 747937, email@example.com
Prior to joining Warners, Angharad worked for a number of local firms, gaining comprehensive experience, and is therefore well known by the local courts and practitioners. Angharad is a skilled negotiator and takes a robust approach, when court proceedings are necessary.
A particular interest for Angharad, is dealing with matters relating to children. Including living and spending time arrangements, specific issues such as holidays abroad, change of surname, choice of schools. Internal and International relocation applications and, urgent applications to the Court for orders to protect and safeguard children.
Angharad has an excellent track record of securing successful outcomes for her client’s.
Angharad also represents vulnerable clients, when making applications to the Court for protective orders, such as Non-molestation and Occupation Orders, in instances where there has been domestic abuse.