Rachel was on the other end of the phone to reassure me whenever I needed her.”
Rachel qualified as a solicitor in 2015, having trained with the firm, and is now an Associate in the Family team.
Main areas of practice
Rachel advises clients in a variety of matters relating to relationships. This regularly includes divorce and dissolution of civil partnerships, financial proceedings and private children matters. Rachel also advises on pre- and post- nuptial agreements, cohabitee matters and domestic violence matters.
Rachel has experience in dealing with matters through Court proceedings, and also assists clients in resolving matters through alternative dispute resolution where appropriate, including negotiation and advising clients attending mediation.
Rachel is an active member of Resolution and Hampshire YResolution, and approaches matters with a constructive and non-confrontational attitude, to work towards the best outcome for families and children.
Rachel helps clients from all backgrounds, and in varying stages in their lives. Rachel develops a relationship of trust and confidence to support clients in often challenging situations.
Rachel has experience working as a trainee in the Professional Regulatory, Banking and Finance, and Succession and Tax teams.
Rachel graduated from the University of Southampton in 2012, and completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law Guildford in 2013. Rachel completed her training contract with Blake Morgan in August 2015, and qualified into the Family team in September 2015.
- Hampshire YResolution Committee
- Elite Business Women's Club
Rachel has been exceptional. She has been very understanding, professional and reliable. I think very highly of her."
They were excellent, I was well looked after and they were very professional.”
Thank you for all your hard work and support through my hearing. You've been really helpful and lovely...Without you both at hand, I would have really struggled so the biggest thank you to you both from the bottom of my heart.
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