Trudi Featherstone > Goodman Ray > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Goodman Ray
5 CRANWOOD STREET
LONDON
EC1V 9GR
England

Work Department

Head of divorce and matrimonial finance.

Position

Partner specialising in divorce and high net worth complex ancillary relief; with private children law (child arrangement orders and leave to remove).

Career

Trained Crane & Staples; qualified 1995; assistant solicitor Crane & Staples 1995-2000; senior solicitor Goodman Ray 2000-02; partner April 2002; Resolution accredited specialist (advanced financial provision II and children law – private); collaborative lawyer; Resolution mediator.

Memberships

Resolution accredited specialist; Law Society Family Law Panel.

Education

Davenant Foundation School; De Montfort University (1992 BA Hons); Law Society Final examinations (1993).

Leisure

Tennis, yoga, contemporary literature, cinema and theatre.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Private client > Family: mediation

Trudi Featherstone at Goodman Ray is a Resolution trained family mediator who can mediate on all issues (children and financial matters) and is also a collaboratively trained lawyer. She receives a steady stream of instructions on high-value and children mediations. The other key member of the group is Thomas Brownrigg who has been accredited by the Family Mediation Council to undertake ‘All Issues’ Mediation, and is a Resolution trained mediator. He conducts mediation for a variety of individuals regarding both children and financial issues. In addition, he is able to conduct  MIAMs as well as mediations.

London > Private client > Family

(Leading individuals)

Trudi FeatherstoneGoodman Ray

Goodman Ray is a boutique children and family law practice that has built up an excellent reputation for its children work in particular. The firm, under the leadership of Peggy Ray and Trudi Featherstone, has expertise across all areas including finances, private children, adoption, fertility, modern family structures as well as public law, domestic abuse and a whole host of international matters. Featherstone and Thomas Brownrigg are both trained as collaborative lawyers and seven members of the team are on the Law Society Children Panel. Jemma Dally is another notable practitioner along with Kevin Skinner. The team is a ‘real force in international children law’.