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Melanie Grant, Senior Associate

Melanie Grant
Melanie Grant

Melanie Grant

Senior Associate

Related Service: Family Law
Specialties: Family law
Office: Oakham

Melanie qualified as a solicitor in 1979, having completed articles with Payne Hicks Beach. After moving to Oakham in 1980, she worked first in Peterborough and then joined Jerry Simmonds as an assistant solicitor in 1981, with the intention of specialising in family law.

For more than 30 years Melanie was a partner with Simmonds Grant, practising in a wide variety of fields including, at different times, conveyancing (both residential and commercial), lasting powers of attorney, wills and probate, criminal law and care proceedings as well as divorce and family law.

Melanie has trained both as a mediator and as a collaborative lawyer, acquiring useful skills which can validly be applied when dealing with relationship breakdown even in the more traditional role as a lawyer. She now intends to concentrate once again on divorce and family work which has always been her main priority and interest. She is keen to develop the Firm’s position in the South and East Midlands as a leading provider of legal services for families in the throes of relationship breakdown.

Melanie’s areas of expertise are:

Divorce including:

  • Disputes regarding children, including Children Act applications
  • Financial issues pursuant to divorce, including those with an international element
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Separation agreements
  • Cohabitation agreements
  • TOLATA claims 

Types of Client Melanie has worked with:

  • Doctors
  • Teachers
  • Accountants
  • Service personnel
  • Police
  • Firefighters
  • Directors of family-owned companies
  • Farmers
  • Small business owners
  • Private individuals from a wide range of backgrounds

In her spare time Melanie enjoys Amateur dramatics and Family history research.




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