Sohinni Sanghvi

Sohinni trained exclusively in family law, qualifying into a niche family practice specialising in divorce, financial remedy and child law. She joined KMJ Solicitors in April 2017 and her experience has covered civil partnership dissolution, financial claims upon the breakdown of relationships between unmarried couples, property disputes and cases regarding maintenance for children.

Sohinni has a particular interest in cases involving complex financial remedy applications and cases involving high-value assets, and has also advised on private child law cases involving contact disputes, parental responsibility, relocation and those involving complex abuse allegations, including those with an international law element. Sohinni has a passion for family law and appreciates the doctrine of confidentiality, particularly in high-profile cases.

Sohinni previously assisted in the leading Court of Appeal case, (Re B (A Child) (Habitual Residence) (Inherent Jurisdiction) [2015] EWCA Civ 886) which went up to the Supreme Court (In the matter of B (A child) [2016] UKSC 4) early in 2017. Sohinni has written a number of articles which have been published online and in the Family Law Journal and regularly writes a commentary on significant cases and developments in family law.
She is a member of Resolution and her practice is based on a collaborative approach where possible and a litigious one where necessary. Her clients value her sympathetic yet robust approach under challenging circumstances, her clear advice and a focus on cost-effectively achieving their long-term objectives.

Clayton spent five years working in family law with a firm in Australia before moving to the UK in 1999. He deals with all aspects of family law, specialising in all family matters, offshore trusts, company structures, international law, prenuptial agreements, high net worth cases and cohabitation law.