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Georgina Chase - Head of Practice - Family Law

Georgina Chase

Head of Practice - Family Law

I am committed to providing a first-class service, tenaciously working through each client’s individual needs to achieve the best possible outcome for them.

Get to know Georgina

I graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from The University of Manchester in 2005 and qualified as a solicitor in 2008, specialising in family law.

As an experienced family law and divorce specialist, I’ve handled a multitude of different cases during my career. These have included disputes arising from marriage and relationship breakdown, such as divorce, financial relief, cohabitation disputes, child arrangements, dissolutions of civil partnerships and also nuptial agreements.

I’m known for my personal approach and attention to detail.

Career highlights

It's been a pleasure to help people through a legal process at what is often one of the most traumatic and difficult times of their lives, allowing them to come out the other side and move forward positively.

I’ve been fortunate in my career to offer advice on a whole host of family law issues, often with an international element, including complex financial remedy matters (involving complicated pension arrangements, businesses, foreign properties and hidden assets) and children cases (child arrangements orders including shared care applications, specific issue and prohibited steps applications, disputes regarding future education, leave to remove and relocation applications).

I’ve acted for a range of clients, including high-net worth individuals, sports professionals, medical professionals, captains of industry, the Armed Forces and the Police Federation (for which we are the designated provider of family legal services).


In the 2023 edition of the Chambers and Partners Legal Directory, I ranked in Family/Matrimonial law, with client testimonials stating "Georgina Chase is an outstanding solicitor with a passion for being proactive. She does a fantastic job."

I was also recognised as a 'Recommended Lawyer' by the Legal 500 in 2023, which states that "this team is superbly led by Georgina Chase. She is a star in relation to family law. She has vision, charisma, and leads a highly committed and energetic team. Clients should feel comfortable that their service will be tailored to their specific needs."

From 2020 to 2022, Chambers and Partners ranked me as “Up and Coming” in Family/Matrimonial: “Georgina Chase represents clients in financial remedy cases and child relocation proceedings. Georgina Chase is very impressive and very thorough."

The extra mile

I regularly appear on national television and radio, providing my family law expertise on topical legal issues. My article on a predicted post lockdown divorce boom was picked up by the BBC and a whole host of regional publications and led me to conducting radio interviews with radio stations across the country, including Times Radio.

I’m a member of Resolution, a national organisation of Family Lawyers committed to the constructive resolution of Family Law disputes.

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