Chloe King

Chloe King


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Chloe King


Chloe advises unmarried clients on the division of assets following a separation and negotiating a settlement.

Chloe specialises in the preparing of and advising on Separation Agreements.  Chloe also acts  for clients in court proceedings concerning the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 and Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989.

Dealing with the division of assets following a separation can be much more complicated than first anticipated and often involves complex legal arguments, particularly when a property is involved or the parties have children together.

A solicitor can advise on the legal issues, help to negotiate a settlement and draw up any necessary documents to reflect the agreement reached.

Chloe says “Many of my clients are going through a difficult time, particularly following a separation and need a solicitor who they can trust and feel comfortable with. I am friendly and approachable whilst always maintaining focus on what is in the best interests of my client and providing them with frank advice.”  

Qualifications and Experience

  • LLB Law (2:1), Cardiff University (2013)
  • Legal Practice Course, University of the West of England (2014)
  • Qualified as a Solicitor in September 2017
  • Previously specialised in Family Law
  • Member of Resolution

Supervised by James Murray

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