She is a member of the Law Society family law panel and an accredited member of the Resolution family law panel demonstrating a specialism in family and children act cases. In addition she has a wealth of experience in financial cases.
Pradeep believes that client care is of upmost importance and places great emphasis on listening carefully to clients to deal with each case sensitively. Further to fully inform clients of all of their options so that they are in the best position possible to make an informed choice and have a realistic expectation of the outcome of their matter. She promotes dealing with cases amicably to try and reduce acrimony.
She has written an article for the Experts Guide on Divorce Law which is distributed in the UK and abroad and also for a community publication.
Pradeep is fluent in Punjabi.
“Thank you for your hard work and kindness in dealing with my divorce. You showed such sensitivity whilst remaining professional throughout.”
“To start I would just like to thank you greatly for all your help in guiding me through the divorce. You made a difficult process, a little less complicated, and easier to bear.”
“A big thank you to you for all your fantastic work in helping me with my divorce.”
“Pradeep Shina was so kind and caring and also very patient. She explained everything in a way that I could understand. The company are very lucky to have her.”
“Thank you for being so amazing, you made a difficult process so much easier!”
“She was a pleasure to deal with and was very committed. Pradeep made a very difficult time feel bearable.”
“I just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you sincerely and personally for all your support on the matter and for always putting my children first. You and your team have been great and I’m extremely grateful.”
Pradeep has acted for a client where the other party failed to provide full financial disclosure resulting in Pradeep obtaining a witness summons against the company’s accountants, production orders and committal proceedings.
Pradeep has acted for a wife in a matter where the parties married abroad and the husband contested that the marriage took place.
Pradeep has acted in a contested Children Act and injunction matter involving a four day fact finding where all the allegations were proven against the other party and where the husband subsequently applied to set aside an order made to stay his application.
Member of the Law Society of England and Wales
Member of the Law Society’s Family Law Panel
Accredited Member of Resolution
LLB with honours