T V Edwards are proud to announce that 3 solicitors in the family department have obtained Accredited Specialisms with Resolution, a national organisation of family lawyers committed to non-confrontational divorce, separation and other family problems.
Resolution members are family lawyers and other professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Members follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems and encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family - and in particular the best interests of children.
Accredited specialists are proven experts in different areas of family law. Resolution specialists are members who have chosen to test their skills and expertise through a rigorous assessment of their knowledge, abilities and way that they work with clients and professionals
Partner Emma Baillie has become accredited in complex financial and property matters ( high income households and substantial assets) and private law children
Finance solicitor Kiren Dhillon is accredited in complex financial and property matters (medium to low income households) and domestic abuse
International children law solicitor Forum Shah is accredited in child abduction and domestic abuse
Alison Leivesley Head of the Family Department says:
“This is a major achievement and it confirms the level of expertise within the family team. TV Edwards has always supported our lawyers in working to the highest standards, and in demonstrating the extent of individuals’ specialist knowledge and skills, with nineteen lawyers in the department accredited with Resolution and the Law Society. These latest accreditations show the breadth of our expertise, across the whole range of family law work.”
Emma, Kiren and Forum join other members of the department who are Resolution Accredited Specialists in forced marriage and honour based violence, domestic abuse, public and private law children and the Law Society’s Advanced Accreditation schemes in children law, violence in the home, children law private, child abduction and wardship