What can Sue do for you?
Sue is an experienced and specialist family lawyer and mediator. She enables clients to resolve the financial and practical implications of separation and divorce as painlessly as possible, whether through advice or mediation. She helps married and unmarried clients with wealth protection through cohabitation and nuptial agreements. Sue works with national and international clients, including business owners and professionals.
Supporting your ambitions
As a solicitor, Sue helps clients move forward in the way that is most appropriate for their own individual circumstances. This ranges from expert legal advice in the background to collaborative law, solicitor negotiation or litigation.
As a family mediator, Sue helps clients achieve their own outcomes by working together.
The more complex the case, the more creative the solution needs to be. Sue has years of experience in cases involving property disputes, pensions, businesses, trusts or disputes over child arrangements, all of which she can draw upon to help clients to find the best solution in every case.
What do others say?
A client recently commented "Thank you so much for doing a fantastic job! Not just for getting me a good deal but for directing me to the right support and being supportive yourself".
Acknowledged by Chambers and Partners for "Her extensive knowledge, approachability, understanding and professional and personal concern", Sue is named in Citywealth's Future Leaders Top 100 2019.
What else should you know?
Sue works increasingly with unmarried families. She is therefore on a crusade to debunk the widely held belief in the "common law marriage" because of how vulnerable believing in the myth can leave people in practice. Sue was instrumental in creating the award winning cohabitation-law.co.uk, the first dedicated resource for couples that live together.
Help and support for separated families
Government endorsement that our family services at Mills & Reeve support collaboration between parents, help couples work together to resolve disputes (where it is appropriate and safe to do so) and encourage parents to focus on the interests of their children.