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Blandy & Blandy Partner Nominated for National Family Law Award

Partner Tasha Bevan-Stewart, a member of leading Thames Valley law firm Blandy & Blandy’s Family Law team, has been shortlisted for an award at the 2022 Resolution Awards.

The Awards are hosted by Resolution, a body of 6,500 family lawyers, mediators and other professionals committed to the constructive resolution of divorce, separation and family disputes.

Tasha, who advises on all aspects of family law, joined Blandy & Blandy in 2020 and is recommended in The Legal 500. She is based in Blandy & Blandy’s office at 24 Thameside in Henley-on-Thames. The firm also has offices in Reading.

She is a Resolution-trained mediator, collaborative lawyer and co-chairs Resolution’s Collaborative Working Party. Tasha trains and speaks regularly on out of court dispute resolution, and wrote the section on collaborative practice in Resolution’s Family Law Handbook in 2020.

Partner and team head Claire Dyer said: “This award recognises individuals who have made a difference to families by working collaboratively with other professionals. Being shortlisted is a testament to Tasha’s genuine passion for finding the best solutions for her clients in an innovative way by working with others as a collaborative lawyer. This is something which is ever more important as clients look for ways to resolve their disputes outside of the Court forum.”

Tasha added: “It is always rewarding to advise clients on how to resolve their disputes constructively, and they are usually relieved if they don’t need to spend any time in a Court room. Negotiating family law cases in a civilised, grown-up way is definitely the way forward for family law clients and I’m honoured to be recognised for my part in that movement.”

The winners, known as the ‘Resolution champions’ for 2022, will be announced at the gala dinner of Resolution’s National Conference in Birmingham, on Friday 20 May 2022.

For further information or legal advice, please visit www.blandy.co.uk.

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