Anesha Pavaday

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Anesha Pavaday

Solicitor

Biography

Year Qualified

2019

Firm Trained With

Craden Moore Solicitors

Languages Spoken

English

Profile

I am a Solicitor in the Family and Children Law Department at McMillan Williams. I am able to assist and advise you on all aspects of Family and Children Law including the following:

  • Divorce and Seperation
  • Financial Matters
  • Domestic Abuse and protective orders
  • Children Matters, such as residence and contact issues
  • Public Law Children Matters, including representation at local authority meetings and advice in relation to adoption and care proceedings

I am committed to getting the best results for my clients, whilst preserving vital family relationships and will work tirelessly on your behalf.

Awards, Accreditations & Memberships

  • Resolution Member
    Junior Lawyer Division Member

Recent Successes

  1. I advised a client in relation to a financial settlement, after I discovered that her husband had sold a property they had purchased in the course of their marriage, without consulting or informing her. He husband then used a large proportion of the sale proceeds and gave them to his friends and family members, who he claimed he was in debt too. Negotiations commenced, but offers put forward by the Husband were derisory and unfair. Court proceedings were then initiated. The Judge indicated in court that my client had a right to be suspicious about the husband's claims and warned the husband to settle. Shortly after the husband made a more advantageous offer and a settlement was reached and my client pleased.

  2. I advised a client in relation to her child abduction matter in the High Court. Following the High Court proceedings, her application for her daughters to reside with her was considered and ordered, securing their residence with her.

  3. I advised a client regarding a seperation agreement him and his wife entered into after their seperation. The agreement left my client with virtually nothing, however his Wife sought to rely on the agreement and that it should be upheld in their financial matter proceedings. I drafted a statement highlighting why the seperation agreement should not be relied on. The Judge agreed the seperation agreement should not be able to be relied upon.

  4. I advised a client on his seperation from his wife. They had assets of approximately £1.6 million between them. A settlement was reached amicably and fairly without the need to initiate court proceedings.

Work in the community / pro bono work

I have volunteered at various law centres across South London advising client's on Family and Children Law matters.

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