Kayleigh works hard to limit the conflict between parties and help her clients reach their goals in a pragmatic and cost effective way. Where a more robust approach proves necessary, Kayleigh has significant experience in representing parties in highly contested Financial Remedy and Children Act proceedings. She advises on the law in a straightforward way, ensuring her clients understand the process and feel in control of their case throughout proceedings.
Kayleigh prides herself on ensuring her client’s expectations are managed from the onset and will frequently discuss different process options with her clients to ensure that matters are resolved as efficiently as possible. Kayleigh is happy to work with other professionals, such as Family Counsellors, to achieve the best results for her clients and their families.
Thank you for all your help and support over this last year. I felt so lucky to have you looking after my case and securing the best possible outcome that I never imagined possible.
You are a marvel and thank you so much for your help. I will be recommending you to everyone I know in case they know of people in need of a family solicitor.
It was a pleasure to experience working with Kayleigh (and Rayden Solicitors) and how professional and timely the responses were to all aspects of the case.
Thank you for being such a great support.
Thank you for everything you are doing. I have not come across anyone as kind as Paula and Kayleigh, who go above and beyond to sort things out.
Kayleigh assists clients with a full range of family law issues including divorce, financial remedies arising from divorce, children’s arrangements, child abduction and cohabitation agreements. She has comprehensive experience of high net worth divorce and finance cases, often involving family businesses and international assets.
Kayleigh joined Rayden Solicitors in August 2017 having previously trained at large regional practice Birketts LLP, qualifying into their family law team in 2015.
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