Nigel Cholerton > Chambers of Tracey Hennessey > Southampton, England > Lawyer Profile
No.18 Barristers Chambers Offices
No.18 Barristers Chambers
21 Carlton Crescent
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Areas of practice include: Family: Finance ( Divorce & Separation, Cohabitation including Trusts of Land & Appointment of Trustees Act 1996, Inheritance Act claims Trusts and Trustees) Family: Care & Children (Public Law / Care and Adoption Proceedings, (International) child abduction Private law children: Contact and Residence, Domestic violence & injunctions)
Nigel first qualified as a solicitor in 2004. Thereafter he gained Higher Rights of Audience in 2005 and was then called to the Bar in 2007 (Lincolns Inn). Nigel joined No18 Chambers in 2011 and is considered as a senior member in Chambers.
Nigel enjoys a busy practice in all matters concerning Family law including Matrimonial finance, public proceedings and private proceedings. In public proceedings Nigel regularly deals with complex multi-day hearings involving Non-accidental injuries where he appears on both behalf of Local Authorities, parents and Guardians at all levels. Nigel has become known for his robust approach to cases and his attention to detail.
Nigel also has a busy practice in both Matrimonial finance and cohabitation settlements involving the application of TOLATA. He regularly provides advice on settlements and regularly attends for FDR and final hearings. Some of his recent cases have involved complex finances involving multiple properties and also enforcement of declarations of trusts. Nigel also advises on interim remedies and Barder appeals.
Nigel is licensed to accept direct access instructions.
- Derby University (BA (Hons)
- Nottingham Trent University PGDL
- Nottingham Trent University LPC
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors: Divorce and Financial Remedy) Ranked: Tier 2 (Leading Juniors: Child Law (Public and Private)) Ranked: Tier 2
‘Excellent set‘ No.18 Barristers Chambers is home to a family team that is adept at handling both high-value matrimonial finance cases and complex public and private children law matters. Katherine Henry‘s ‘knowledge of family law is exceptional‘, and is regularly instructed in cases involving parental alienation and domestic abuse. Nigel Cholerton is recommended for advising on both financial remedy and care proceedings, while Laura Baines handles the full range of public family law matters for local authorities, guardians, parents and children. Lee Young brings expertise in child abduction cases.