Adrienne Donneky > Hugh James > Cardiff, Wales > Lawyer Profile

Hugh James
Two Central Square
CF10 1FS

Work Department

Private client: Family 


Adrienne Donneky is Senior Associate and heads up the family team. Adrienne is a highly experienced solicitor having practised in the area of family law for over 16 years. She advises individuals on a wide range of family matters including divorce and disputes between parents in relation to their children. Adrienne has particular expertise in cases concerning the resolution of financial issues on divorce and between unmarried couples on separation

Adrienne is also experienced in the preparation of prenuptial, postnuptial and cohabitation agreements.

Adrienne has acted in numerous high net worth and middle income cases including those with complex business, trust or pension elements and those in which one party is reluctant to engage in the court process.

Adrienne is known for her down to earth, no nonsense practical approach to ensure her cases progress in an efficient and cost effective way to achieve a good outcome for her clients. Many of Adrienne’s instructions come as a result of client recommendations.

Lawyer Rankings

Wales > Private client > Family

(Next Generation Partners)


Adrienne Donneky  – Hugh James

Drawing upon the knowledge of several ‘highly skilled’ core family law practitioners and also able to leverage the expertise of practitioners in complementary areas of law including tax, probate and commercial, Hugh James excels in providing a holistic service to clients on high-value and complex financial relief cases and pre-marital agreements. Pivotal to the firm’s success in the area is ‘super bright’ team head Adrienne Donneky  who ‘works tirelessly for good outcomes for clients’. The team also has a strong reputation for children work and in this context, Belinda Moseley ‘deals brilliantly with the most complex of cases’ on the private side, while consultant Mark Powell has a notable public law child practice and regularly acts on behalf of local authorities in South Wales and the West of England.