Lucy Raho JeavonsPrincipal Associate
Lucy Raho Jeavons is a conscientious and caring solicitor who leaves no stone unturned.Legal 500 2023
Totally committed to her case – her clients completely trust her advice and have confidence in her. She is exceptionally hardworking as well as being highly efficient. She provides a level of expertise and skill far in excess of her years of practice. She is a delight to work with.Legal 500 2022
Smart and able.Legal 500 2022
Lucy ... has confidence and gravitas beyond her years, is hardworking, and very bright. She has dealt with some very difficult cases on her own, which other less able and confident lawyers would have struggled with.Legal 500 2021
Lucy is a Principal Associate in our family law team, advising a variety of different clients on relationship breakdown, including divorce, finances and children matters.
Lucy’s practice is primarily focused on divorce, matrimonial finance and private law children matters. She also advises in relation to pre and postnuptial agreements and separation agreements.
Lucy advises a broad range of clients including high earners, business owners and professionals in the financial and legal sectors. Her clients often have a diverse and complicated matrimonial/non-matrimonial asset base.
She is frequently instructed on high-value financial cases, with property portfolios, business assets and pension provision, all of which add to the level of complexity and experience required. Valuation and taxation issues regularly arise and she has experience instructing experts as well as making other interim applications. Several of her cases also involve an international element, with clients holding assets across Europe and the US.
Lucy is building a strong practice advising clients in relation to difficult matters concerning children, including contact arrangements and specific issues, such as schooling and relocation.
She was listed as a key lawyer in Legal 500 2022.
Lucy is part of the winning team named Family Law Firm of the Year at the LexisNexis Family Law Awards.
WM v HM (2017) EWFC 25 — Linear approach to historic valuation of a high value manufacturing business, special contribution, sharing principle and pre-marital property issues.