Why are accreditations so important?

Accreditation schemes are designed to give you confidence that the service you receive will be of the highest quality.

In order to retain the accreditations we hold we are regularly audited by independent bodies to check that we are maintaining the high standards you deserve.

Watch our video to learn more about our accreditations


We are proud to have been awarded Lexcel, an accreditation given by the Law Society to solicitors firms who meet the very highest practice management and customer care standards. We undergo a rigorous annual assessment. Only around 16% of UK solicitors currently hold this gold standard mark.

See Lexcel Website

Family Law Advanced

Gilva Tisshaws holds the Family Law Advanced Accreditation. To obtain this she was required to demonstrate a high level of practical knowledge, skill and experience in various specialist areas of family law and to undergo regular re-accreditation to ensure the high standards required are maintained.

See Law Society Website

Resolution Specialist Accreditation


Two members of the firm, Craig and Camilla, currently hold Resolution Accredited Specialist status. Craig in Private Children and Complex Finanical Remedy (High Net Worth) cases and Camilla in International Family Law and Private Children cases.

Specialist Accreditation is a significant achievement which demonstrates substantial knowledge and skill.

See Resolution website

Help and Support for Separated Families

The Help and Support for Separated Families mark is awarded to demonstrate that the holder works to support parents to work together to resolve disputes and help them focus on the interests of their children.

See Sorting out Separation website


We are members of Resolution, a national organisation of family lawyers committed to a constructive and non-confrontational approach to family law matters. The code of practice we follow requires lawyers to deal with each other in a civilised way and to encourage their clients to focus on reaching a fair agreement in a way that benefits their family, particularly where children are involved.

See Resolution Website

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