Planning a Wedding or Moving in Together

Getting engaged, married and moving in together are exciting, key times in life but it is important to consider your options to protect your future.

If you are contemplating a marriage, have recently been married or are moving in together, you need to consider how the assets of your relationship will be divided should you separate. Although this conversation can be difficult this needs to be dealt with sensitively and our experts are on hand to help you clearly identify your position in this eventuality to ensure both parties’ interests are protected.

An approachable, qualified family law solicitor will guide you in a sensitive manner providing bespoke advice at a face to face meeting about the options which are available to you.

All of our family law solicitors are members of Resolution, which is the largest organisation for family justice professionals in England and Wales.

They are committed to Resolution’s Code of Practice, which promotes a constructive and non-confrontational approach to resolving family issues that considers the needs of the whole family.

Call us to speak with a Family Law Solicitor on 0345 20 73 72 8 or email info@thursfields.co.uk

Cohabitation agreement guide


Where have all the assets gone?

Whilst everyone hopes for an amicable divorce, such may not be the case as there may be more than what meets the eye, especially when dealing with financial matters. One example is how a husband or wife may dispose of assets (e.g. cash, shares, etc) to other family members to prevent it from being considered…

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Shane Miller
Director and Head of Family Law Department

Shane specialises in complex financial disputes in divorce as well as complex children matters, living together agreements and pre/post nuptial agreements. She prides herself on delivering a first class service. Shane is an extremely competent lawyer who is client focused and personable. She offers high quality tailored advice to all clients and takes a robust…


Lorna Tipple

Director, Family Law

Philip Rea

Director, Family Law

Laura Williams

Associate Director, Wealth Protection & Family Law

Hannah Nicholls

Associate Director, Family Law

Harbinder Gosal

Senior Associate Solicitor & Team Leader, Family Law

Eilidh Rose

Associate Solicitor, Family Law

Pamela Arrowsmith

Consultant Solicitor, Family Law

Jill Roberts

Associate Chartered Legal Executive, Family Department

Abigail Holden

Trainee Solicitor, Family Law


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Appointment of Guardians, Wills, Trusts

When people are looking at a pre nuptial agreement it is important that expert advice is obtained from all relevant areas to include the setting up of a trust, severance of tenancy or dealing with business documents to reflect the agreement within the pre or post nuptial agreement.

Wills and Lifetime Planning

Our family practice is recommended in the 2019 and 2020 edition of the Legal 500. “According to some, Thursfields Solicitors' family law team is ‘one of the best legal practices in the area of family law’. The ‘conscientious and very down-to-earth’ Shane Miller, who attracts praise for her ‘combination of good legal knowledge and good sense, leads the team.

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