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Rachael Oakes

Partner and National Head of the Family Team at Freeths

Oxford and London, United Kingdom

About Me

Rachael is one of the UK's top divorce solicitors and has over 20 years’ experience of advising on all aspects of family law especially financial cases and work relating to children. Her clients are not only throughout the Thames Valley and South-East but also London due to her ability to offer the same level of specialist advice without charging London prices. Our London office is conveniently located just off Regent Street in Mayfair. Rachael provides a discreet and professional service for high profile clients who want to avoid media attention and keep their personal affairs private. She has a particular expertise for complex high-net-worth situations which will often involve international assets, companies, trusts, tax, pensions and other jurisdictions. Rachael also works with couples interested in preserving wealth with the preparation of pre and post marital agreements. More clients are now looking for ways to reach agreement without having to make applications to a court. This can be done by using mediation, collaborative practice, solicitor led negotiation and arbitration. Rachael specialises in guiding clients through all of these options and as an accredited mediator has an excellent record of helping couples in this setting avoid court by reaching an agreement.

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