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Megan Bennie

International Family Law Group LLP

Megan is a solicitor at The International Family Law Group LLP.

She specialises in divorce and financial matters and all issues regarding children.

Megan has had much experience in dealing with intractable contract disputes and drafting pre-nuptial agreements.  Many of Megan’s cases have an international element and involve complex financial issues often with assets worldwide.  Megan deals with child relocation and child abduction cases (Hague and non-Hague) as well as urgent injunctions under the Family Law Act regarding domestic abuse and the occupation of property.

Megan speaks German and Dutch

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International Family Law Group LLP

Megan is a solicitor at The International Family Law Group LLP.

She specialises in divorce and financial matters and all issues regarding children.

Megan has had much experience in dealing with intractable contract disputes and drafting pre-nuptial agreements.  Many of Megan’s cases have an international element and involve complex financial issues often with assets worldwide.  Megan deals with child relocation and child abduction cases (Hague and non-Hague) as well as urgent injunctions under the Family Law Act regarding domestic abuse and the occupation of property.

Megan speaks German and Dutch

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