Nel Grimbleby

Nel Grimbleby

Currently on sabbatical

Nel (Helen) Grimbleby is a consultant solicitor.

When your world is in turmoil, Nel is calm, patient and knowledgeable.

A well trusted consultant solicitor, motivated by helping all different types of families, Nel is often recommended by her existing clients for her skill and experience which she provides with a clear, supportive and firm approach.

Nel has an excellent memory and a good eye for numbers, which makes her a good negotiator and well suited to sorting out finances related to prenuptial agreements, divorce, non-married separation or children. If sorting out your finances is fairly amicable, great, Nel can turn your agreement into a court approved Consent Order to avoid problems with informal agreements years down the line (which she can also help with!). If you don’t know how the finances will play out then Nel can guide you through the negotiation process, or take your case to court.

Nel has lots of experience of working with domestic abuse, both with victims through support groups and a domestic abuse charity she co-founded, and with those who struggle with their own abusive behaviours working with a programme for perpetrators of domestic abuse.

Nel’s work is child centric first and foremost – whether on money, domestic abuse or specifically relating to disputes about children. That means that she has acted for all sorts of parents. Her advice will be tailored to your circumstances for the greatest benefit of the children.

Nel will offer the most cost effective way for you to secure the advice and representation you want and need and is always happy to have a no obligation telephone conversation with you.


Direct: 01235 425505

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