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Nameeta Gujral


Nameeta Gujral has worked as a Family Law Solicitor for over 13 years. Throughout her career she has been involved in numerous cases involving divorce, finances, children issues (including child abduction, child relocation, rights for grandparents), separation agreement (for married & un-married couples), cohabitation agreements, pre-nuptial agreements, foreign marriages and domestic abuse (non-molestation orders and occupation orders).

Nameeta specialises in all aspects of private family law, with particular emphasis on the financial consequences of relationship breakdown including cases where there are substantial assets, trusts, pensions and businesses.

She is also experienced in drafting pre-nuptial agreements, post-nuptial agreements, cohabitation and separation agreements and disputes regarding childcare.

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What Nameeta says:

“Having completed my LLB Hons degree in Law at Kingston University I trained at a reputable firm in Maidstone before qualifying as a solicitor in 2005. I joined Robinsons Solicitors in 2006 becoming a partner in 2010.

I am an accredited member of the Advanced Family Law Panel having shown to the satisfaction of the Law Society that I have maintained a high level of knowledge, skills, experience and practice in selected specialist areas of family law.

As a member of Resolution I am committed to the Resolution code of conduct and seek to deal with matters in a non confrontational and constructive manner. Not all relationship break downs end up in court and as a trained Collaborative Family Lawyer my aim is to offer an alternative approach to my clients to avoid the distress and anxiety of a Court hearing.

At the same time we will robustly defend your position in discussions with your spouse’s or partners legal representative or, if necessary, in court.

Although the majority of my cases are based in the family courts in England and Wales I have advised clients living in other jurisdictions including Egypt, Iran, Pakistan and Australia.

I am committed to supporting local non-profit agencies such as the Citizens Advice Bureau and Domestic Abuse centres and regularly provide Pro-Bono advice.

Outside the office, I recently took up learning to play golf, I also enjoy playing tennis, going to the theatre and exploring new places.”

If I were not a lawyer, I would be...

I would love to own a restaurant. The idea of creating a welcoming environment and ambiance where people can come with friends and family to enjoy good food and have fun would be really rewarding.