Roisin McCorry > Mullis & Peake LLP > Romford, England > Lawyer Profile

Mullis & Peake LLP
8-10 EASTERN ROAD
ROMFORD
RM1 3PJ
England
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Work Department

Family Team

Position

Head of Family Team

Career

Roisin McCorry has over 30 years’ experience as a solicitor dealing with all aspects of contentious litigation, but specialising in family law.

She specialises in dealing with complex financial claims, including businesses, executive pensions and contingent assets such as share options, with particular interest and expertise in the banking sector’s complex remuneration/’golden handcuff’ arrangements. Roisin represents clients, both husbands and wives, in complex matrimonial settlements and also in relation to issues concerning their children.

A member of Resolution and a collaboratively trained lawyer, Roisin can offer prompt practical advice which in the vast majority of all cases results in a negotiated settlement at the earliest possible opportunity.

A solicitor with an honours degree in law and in 1995, Roisin undertook an LLM in Advanced Litigation at the Nottingham Law School.

Education

A solicitor with an honours degree in law and in 1995, Roisin undertook an LLM in Advanced Litigation at the Nottingham Law School.

Leisure

Roisin enjoys travelling, cooking and entertaining, plants, flowers and Celtic culture.

Roisin is the chair of trustees at First Step a charity in the London Borough of Havering providing support and services for pre-school children with disabilities and their families.

Lawyer Rankings

South East > Private client > Family: Essex

The family practice at Mullis & Peake LLP is led by Roisin McCorry and undertakes a wide array of private child care matters. Angela Sharma , who was previously head of the family department at Sackvilles , brings a wealth of experience to the firm and manages complex financial settlements and divorce cases. Other notable practitioners include Jessica Thrower , who has experience in complex, and often sensitive, child arrangement matters.