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Jane is a Solicitor in the Family team at Verisona Law.
After a successful twelve years in the fitness industry Jane decided to change careers.
Her first thought was a career in law as she had always held a fascination for the profession. Jane explains. ‘I decided to take an access to university course in order to be eligible to get into university and was then offered a place at the University of Southampton where I obtained my law degree.’
In 2010, Jane accepted a Trainee Legal Executive position at Andrew & Andrew Solicitors in Portsmouth and then, after a couple of years, moved to Lawcomm Solicitors in Whiteley where she set up and ran the firm’s Family Law department until May 2017.
After qualifying as a Chartered Legal Executive and completing her LPC at the University of Law in Guildford, Jane joined Verisona Law to take charge of the firm’s Family department in June 2017.
- 1990-2002 Career in the Fitness Industry
- 2003-2005 Studied access to university course
- 2005-2008 Studied law degree at University of Southampton
- 2010-2012 Worked at Andrew and Andrew Solicitors as a Trainee Legal Executive
- 2012-2017 Joined Lawcomm Solicitors in Whiteley
- 2013 Set up Lawcomm Solicitors Family Law department
- 2015-2017 Studied LPC at the University of Law, Guildford
- June 2017 Qualified as Chartered Legal Executive (FCILEx)
Joined Verisona Law’s Family team
- April 2018 Qualified as a Solicitor
- Divorce / Civil Partnership Dissolution
- Financial Orders upon divorce
- Child Contact and Residence applications
- Cohabitation / Unmarried Couples Agreements
- Pre-nuptial / Post-nuptial Agreements
- Separation Agreements
- Civil partnership or cohabitation – which is better?
- Separation & Divorce - The rights of Grandparents
- Why a Cohabitation Agreement is essential for non-married couples
- Family finances make divorce negotiations increasingly complex
- Cohabitation: Know Your Rights
- Can pre-nups agreements help to save your marriage?
- Common law myths – your rights as an unmarried couple
- Contact with your Children – how to settle your differences without going to court
- Child custody agreements - how to make disagreements over children less painful
- Divorce goes virtual, but complex cases will keep their day in court
- Your rights as a step-parent after a divorce
- When the end of summer spells the end of marriage
- What happens when a parent wants to move away and take the children with them?
- Civil partnerships for heterosexual couples – an update