07th Jan 2015

Pamela Collis joins Family Law in Partnership

The directors of Family Law in Partnership are delighted to announce that Pamela Collis has joined the firm as a consultant. Pamela is a highly regarded family law specialist who joins Family Law in Partnership from Howard Kennedy.

Gillian Bishop, a director and founder member of Family Law in Partnership, commented: “We are very pleased to welcome Pamela to our team as a consultant. We have known Pamela for many years and have worked with her on numerous occasions. We have long admired her approach and ethos which compliments that of Family Law in Partnership perfectly.”

Pamela has specialised in family law for over 30 years. Her primary focus is international and domestic family law matters particularly forum disputes, the financial aspects of relationship breakdown together with pre and post nuptial agreements. She has extensive experience in private law children matters including surrogacy and international relocation. Pamela is known for her pragmatic and constructive style, and her innovative approach to finding solutions to complex issues.

A trained collaborative lawyer, Pamela is a member of Collaborative Family Law, an accredited member of the Law Society Family Law Panel and a member of Resolution. She has been a fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers for over 20 years. Pamela is a trained mediator and a highly experienced negotiator with a wealth of experience across the full range of alternative dispute resolution processes. She is the family law contributor to Halsbury’s Law Exchange and regularly speaks at legal seminars.

“I am delighted to join Family Law in Partnership as a consultant” said Pamela. “I have known the team at Family Law in Partnership for many years, both professionally and personally. We have worked on many matters together and I have always admired the depth and breadth of their technical expertise and their pioneering and innovative work in the field of family law. Their constructive way of working and focus on non-court based methods of resolving family disputes also guide and shape my practice and approach to family law.”