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Grayfords, Megan Bennie, London, ENGLAND

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Megan Bennie

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Divorce and Family Law


Since qualifying as a solicitor at Grayfords in 2016, Megan has represented clients across a wide range of varied and complex cases. She has been particularly involved in cases involving complex financial matters, highly contested child contact and leave to remove disputes and Family Law Act.  Her cases involve a wide variety of jurisdictions across the globe. 


Megan works closely with the Senior Partner and Partner of the firm on a daily basis alongside managing her own caseload. She regularly undertakes a wide range of highly complex work and has particular experience in multi-jurisdictional children and matrimonial matters.

Her calm, empathetic and measured approach is greatly valued by her clients. Her skillset and excellent analytical and technical abilities have achieved positive results for her clients in a time and cost-effective manner. Megan’s pragmatic approach is welcomed by clients as it frequently results in large cost and time savings, and brings disputes to a satisfactory close in the least possible time. 

Megan was recently involved in an intractable contact dispute lasting several years in which an excellent result, including a substantial costs award, was achieved for the client.

She also undertakes work in wills and probate, working closely with clients to produce bespoke wills and powers of attorney.


German and Dutch.


Megan studied Scots Law at the University of Edinburgh before taking some time away from the legal world.  She studied further at the University of Westminster before completing her training contract at Grayfords. 


Megan enjoys reading Golden Age crime fiction and spending time with family and friends

London: Private client


Within: Family

Under the leadership of Sheata Karim  at Grayfords the team has developed considerable expertise in international ancillary relief proceedings, complex contact disputes and leave to remove applications. Neil Scott Graham and Megan Bennie  are also recommended.

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