Clare Pilsworth > Tees Law > Cambridge, England > Lawyer Profile

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Clare is a partner at Tees, with over 20 years’ experience specialising in family and divorce law. Clare covers all aspects of family law including divorce and separation, financial issues, children, nuptial agreements and cohabitation cases.

Clare’s clients are often going through very challenging personal situations – her focus is on securing favourable, and practical solutions for her clients following the breakdown of their relationship.

Clare’s areas of expertise include:

  • The financial effects of separation or divorce: the financial implications of divorce can be complex, such as splitting or protecting pensions and business interests. She helps her clients protect their interests and always aims to secure the best possible result in their circumstances
  • Arrangements for children after divorce/separation: she advises on arrangements for children after separation to make sure that the family’s needs can be in the best interests of the children
  • Legal advice before getting married, and legal advice for unmarried couples: she advises on relationship issues prior to marriage, including pre-nuptial (and post-nuptial) agreements and cohabitation agreements.

Clare specialises in family mediation – an alternative to traditional divorce proceedings. Mediation encourages communication between divorcing couples, under the guidance of a specialist mediation solicitor. Clare has experience advising couples through the mediation process, towards a cost-effective settlement agreement which works for both parties.

As a family mediator and collaborative solicitor, she can advise on the best route to take if a client is considering divorce proceedings.


Lawyer and partner at Curwens Solicitors (1993- 2016); partner at Woodfines Solicitors (2016- 2018); partner at Tees (2018 onwards).


Resolution (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association) and the Family Mediation Council.


De Montfort University- Legal Practice Course

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Private client > Family

To use a sporting analogy, the firm covers every blade of grass for its clients and no stone is left unturned in attempting to achieve a positive result‘, says a client of Tees Law in Cambridge. Partner Clare Pilsworth joined from Woodfines LLP to lead the practice. Collaboratively trained associate Deborah Hargreaves is a rising star in complex and sensitive cases involving children and financial matters.