Meera qualified as a solicitor in 2013 and joined the family team based in London in August 2017. She previously worked at London firm Hodge Jones & Allen.

Meera practices in all areas of family law including divorce and separation, financial remedy, domestic violence and private children law matters. She has a keen interest in financial remedy matters and has gained extensive experience working for mid-to high net worth clients, often with a substantial asset base and an international element. Meera also has a wealth of experience in dealing with matters relating to children ranging from child arrangements issues to relocation and prohibited steps orders. 

Meera is a member of Resolution and aims to assist clients in a cost-effective and amicable manner by attempting to settle matters outside of court, wherever possible. She understands the difficulties and sensitive nature of family disputes and strives to resolve cases in a non-confrontational and constructive manner.


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