Ania Tarasiewicz > Mills & Reeve LLP > Cambridge, England > Lawyer Profile

Mills & Reeve LLP
BOTANIC HOUSE
100 HILLS ROAD
CAMBRIDGE
CB2 1PH
England

Work Department

Family and Children

Position

Senior Associate advising on all aspects of relationship breakdown including divorce/separation, division of finances, arrangements for children as well as nuptial and cohab agreements.

Experience in complex cases with businesses particularly in the agri-business and property sector, complex income structures as well as cases with an international element.

Career

Trained at Mills & Reeve; Qualified 2015 with Mills & Reeve; Associate 2015; Senior Associate 2019; Mediator 2021.

Languages

Polish

Memberships

Mediator registered with the Family Mediation Council. Trained in all-issues mediation (finances and children) with Resolution. Resolution; Co-chair of Cambridge & West Suffolk Resolution.

Education

University of Nottingham (BA in Law with European Law 2:1) (2007 – 2011); University of Vienna (Erasmus programme – European Law) (2009 – 2010); Kaplan Law School (LPC Distinction) (2012 – 2013).

Leisure

Travelling, the arts, and the outdoors.

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Private client > Family

The family law practice at Mills & Reeve LLP is ‘utterly professional, exactly what you would hope to find in any highly respected legal firm‘. It is ‘the go-to premier regional firm – a truly London service with regional specialist knowledge‘. ‘The epitome of professionalism‘, Nick Stone is the lead partner in Norwich and head of the firmwide family and children practice. Also in Norwich, principal associate Frances Bailey is ‘highly pragmatic, professional and approachable‘, while senior associate and chair of the local Resolution committee Naomi Shelton provides ‘sympathy of touch married with a solution focused overview‘. Caitlin Jenkins is the lead partner in Cambridge and is ‘super-numerate and skilled in all aspects of family law‘. She is supported by principal associates Hannah Wilson and Rachel Brand, and senior associate Ania Tarasiewicz.