Angie Brown brings mediation to the family law team at Mooney Everett Solicitors

We are delighted to welcome Angie Brown to the family law team at Mooney Everett Solicitors. Angie is a qualified family solicitor with over 20 years’ experience in dealing with all manner of family law related issues, including divorce, financial settlements and negotiating arrangements for children.


Angie is also a qualified inter-personal and Resolution Family mediator and has introduced mediation to the range of alternative dispute resolution options already offered by Mooney Everett. Mediation can be used for divorcing couples, as well as cohabitees to assess whether separation arrangements for finances and children can be settled without having to resort to court. She can also conduct Mediation Information Assessment Meetings (MIAMs) by direct appointment or referral from another solicitor.

Having worked in and around Merseyside and West Lancashire throughout her career, Angie has a fantastic referral network of mediators that she works with closely, giving clients the best possible mediation service. Her credentials also include establishing the Merseyside POD, a group for collaboratively trained lawyers to meet and discuss practice issues.

Angie brings with her a wealth of experience, a fantastic reputation and a motto in keeping with the work ethos of Mooney Everett Solicitors, ‘I work with clients, not cases’.

To announce Angie’s arrival to the family law team, we are offering clients a fixed fee divorce service for just £599 plus VAT and court fees with any one of our specialist family law solicitors. To secure your New Year Fixed Fee offer, contact Alison Caunce on 01695 574111.

For a confidential discussion about divorce, arrangements for children, mediation or any other family law matter, contact Angie Brown at Mooney Everett Solicitors on 01695 574111 or email email hidden; JavaScript is required

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