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Family Law

Jonathan Cunningham
Head of Family Law Department

Jonathan Cunningham qualified as a solicitor in 2001. He became a partner in Moseleys in 2004. Jonathan is a member of both the Law Society's Advanced Family Law Panel and the Law Society's Children panel.

Jonathan specialises in family law work including assisting clients with divorce; dissolution of civil partnerships; matrimonial finances; and domestic violence injunctions.

He has a particular interest in the law relating to children and often advises and assists parents and grandparents who are involved with disputes over the arrangements for the care of their children (previously known as contact and residence cases).

Jonathan advises and represents parents, grandparents and other relatives involved in care proceedings brought by the Local Authority. He is also able to assist clients, prior to care proceedings being issued, with "PLO" meetings where necessary.

He also assists people with making applications to the Court for Special Guardianship Orders - which can be necessary if someone other than the parents of a child, or children has the care of them.

Jonathan frequently attends Court for his clients and is a very experienced advocate.

Jonathan also assists clients with employment matters and civil litigation matters (with the assistance of Aimee Redican).


Sarah Atack

Sarah joined Moseleys in1996 and became a Partner of the Firm in 2000. She has worked in the Civil Litigation department; Wills and Probate department; and, for the last ten years, in the Family Law Department.

Her breadth of experience across the Firm and many years of being part of the "Moseleys team" have put her in a good position to assist Martin Cox (Senior Partner) with the general management and day to day running of the Firm.

Whilst no longer assisting clients directly with family law matters, Sarah is always available to assist any member of the Family Law Department with any complex, or difficult issues that may arise.

In addition Sarah also prepares wills for family law department clients and assists Vicki Ellis in the Wills and Probate Department.


Rhonda Bradshaw
Collaborative Law Practitioner
Matrimonial and Financial Specialist
Family Law Department

Rhonda is a Collaborative Law Practitioner. She is able to assist separated parties to reach an amicable and swift settlement without them incurring the stress and cost of formal Court proceedings.

Rhonda is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, and specialises in family law. Rhonda is a member of Resolution, an organisation committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Their code of practice promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems, which Rhonda strongly endorses.

Having joined Moseleys' Family Department in January 2012, Rhonda brought with her a wealth of experience in dealing with family law matters having previously worked at Jewels Solicitors in Cannock and Stafford, and prior to that having worked in Sutton Coldfield.

With significant experience in dealing with divorce and what can often be complex financial and property issues arising from the breakdown of a relationship, Rhonda has carved out an excellent reputation in this specialised field. Having proven herself to be a formidable opponent and one whom maintains a no-nonsense approach, Rhonda achieves excellent results for her clients and is regarded as a high profile practitioner renowned for the energy and passion she employs on behalf of her clients. Rhonda regularly deals with challenging issues arising from a marital breakdown including complex business structures, property/land disputes and trust elements, as well as pensions and maintenance. She has established a good network of professional contacts of family mediators, financial advisors, accountants, therapists and Counsel all to the benefit of her clients as required.

Rhonda very ably represents parties in not only divorce and financial proceedings, but also children proceedings, and has made many successful representations in and out of Court on behalf of her clients achieving early and realistic solutions. Recognising the delicate nature of dealing with disputes that may arise concerning parties' children, Rhonda is able to apply a sensitive and careful approach on behalf of her clients to include addressing issues of a child's residence or contact with a parent/grandparent.

When dealing with what is often an emotional time for her clients, Rhonda's working ethos is to ease her client through the necessary process, employing a pragmatic approach to resolving the various issues as swiftly and cost effectively as possible, doing so in a conciliatory yet focused manner.

Should there be a need to apply for or defend an application for a Non-Molestation Order (form of injunction) Rhonda is also able to assist with such matters.


Dawn Collins
Family Law Executive
Family Law Department

Dawn joined Moseleys in 1998 and worked her way up to qualify as an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2005.

Dawn specialises in Children Act 1989 matters including residence cases, contact cases and in care proceedings brought by the Local Authority. She also deals with cases under the Family Law Act 1996 including Non-Molestation Orders and Occupation Orders and also undertakes some work in relation to divorces and change of name deeds.

Dawn appreciates that Court proceedings can be a stressful, emotional and confusing experience and she deals with clients in an understanding and straightforward manner and endeavours to explain the legal process to clients as clearly as possible.


Dawn Tatton
Legal Executive
Family Law Department

Dawn is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and is a member of the Law Society's Family Law Accreditation Scheme.

Dawn joined Moseleys' Family Department in October 2014 and brings with her considerable experience in dealing with all family matters.

Dawn initially trained as a criminal lawyer but 20 years ago decided to concentrate solely on family law and has a broad range of knowledge in dealing with matters including divorce, matrimonial finances and co-habitation disputes. Dawn also assists with matters relating to children including both public and private law matters.

Dawn is sympathetic to her clients' needs and she ensures that they understand the legal process and she seeks to resolve the issues that have arisen as swiftly and cost effectively as possible.


Jonathan Smith
Family Law Department

Jonathan joined Moseleys in 1977, qualifying as a Solicitor in 1979. He developed his skills in the local Magistrates Courts, where he practised both criminal law and family law.

Over recent years Jonathan has specialised in family law and is a member of the Solicitors Family Law Association (which advocates a conciliatory approach to family law) and has trained and worked as a family mediator.

Jonathan has many years of experience in advising and assisting clients with divorce (and the financial issues that arise out of divorce); assisting parents with resolving issues and disputes arising over the arrangements for the care of children (including cases with an international element); and advising unmarried couples about property and other matters upon their separation.

Jonathan advises on all areas of family law and his considerable knowledge and experience enables him to assist all the Family Law Department with many matters including representing clients at Court hearings.


Aimee Redican
Trainee Solicitor

Aimee joined Moseleys as a Trainee Solicitor at the beginning of 2017 having successfully completed her law degree and the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law.

Prior to commencing work at Moseleys Aimee had worked for a Local Authority in their legal department dealing with employment matters. More recently Aimee has worked at a Legal 500 firm in their Motor Claim department dealing with litigated matters. Aimee brings with her considerable experience in litigation and debt recovery work.

Aimee is also assisting the Family Law team with domestic violence injunctions and children matters.

Aimee is enjoying the breadth of work available to her at Moseleys and has quickly become a valuable part of the team.