Ms Ranjit Siddle LL.B (Hons)
Admitted as a Solicitor: November 2005
Accreditations / Memberships
CLAS / Law Society / SRA /
Family Law Panel
Supervisor: Darren Flick
Ranjit is a senior solicitor who qualified in 2005. She specialises in all aspects of Family Law as well as Criminal Litigation.
Ranjit has extensive experience in dealing with a wide array of criminal offences including fraud, violent disorder, GBR, rape, murder and sexual offences. Ranjit regularly represents both adult and youth clients at the police station, at the Youth Court and Magistrates Court.
She has often been praised for her meticulous case preparation and her passion to always strive to get the best outcome for her clients.
Ranjit is able to represent and prepare cases from the early stages at the police station through to the Crown Court. She always provides an efficient service for her clients and always endeavours to advise them to progress the case in their best interests.
Ranjit also has experience in dealing with motor offences including dangerous driving, careless driving, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and driving whilst disqualified.
Ranjit is responsible for managing and developing the Family Law Department. She specialises in advising clients in relation to divorce proceedings, financial proceedings and all issues relating to Children Contact and Residence Applications. She has also undertaken a number of applications for emergency ex-parte Non-Molestation Orders as well as contesting applications made in relation to Non-Molestations Orders.
She is well known for her excellent attention to detail and robust negotiating skills, both outside and inside the Court arena. Ranjit is extremely approachable and builds a very good rapport with clients when discussing sensitive topics such as the breakdown of the marriage or children contact issues.
Ranjit provides clients with a professional and efficient service. With family law being a highly sensitive and delicate area of law, all clients are shown empathy and compassion. She is extremely thorough in her preparation of all cases and will strive to ensure that she reaches the best settlement for her clients.
We offer fixed fee packages which are tailored to the individual needs of our clients. Please do not hesitate to contact Ranjit if you need any advice to discuss our tailored fixed fee packages.
H v H – This was a case where the grandmother had applied for a Special Guardianship Order in relation to her grandchild. We represented the Respondent, the father, who was seeking a Child Arrangements Order where his daughter would be returned to his care full time and have contact with the non-resident parent and her family. This matter proceeded to a Final hearing and we successfully obtained a Child Arrangements Order in favour of the father.
P v K – This matter related to the Applicant’s son who had contact with his non-resident mother. Over the Easter Holidays, the Respondent refused to return the child back to the Applicant on the basis that he had made an allegation that the Applicant had caused him harm. Following the service of Section 7 reports, it was agreed prior to the Final hearing, that the child should be returned to the Applicant’s care and therefore we were successful in our application.
T v T – Representing the Applicant who had issued divorce proceedings and was seeking a Financial Order. We successfully obtained a Financial Relief Order where the matrimonial home was transferred to the Applicant together with securing monthly maintenance payments for her.
H v H – Financial Relief Matter. Successfully made an application to the Court in relation to financial relief. The Court ordered that the Applicant (our client) receives the full equity in the former matrimonial home together with a Pension Sharing Order.
When Ranjit is not working to represent her clients, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, shopping and going out with friends and family.
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