Lisa is a highly experienced solicitor with 10 years + PQE. In addition to management and marketing responsibilities, Lisa also has experience of running a caseload of 100+ files.
She specialises in Family Law and Private Client matters.
Lisa is experienced in a multitude of cases. Lisa’s Family caseload includes matters such as divorce and separation, financial/separation agreements, cohabitation disputes, living together/pre-nuptial agreements and children matters (residence, contact and parental responsibility) as well as Private Client matters which includes Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Probate and Declaration of Trusts.
Lisa is dedicated to providing excellent client care in all matters and strives to achieve the best results possible for her clients. She has effective time management and good communication skills as well as a good understanding of the commercial aspects of running a practice.
When engaging Lisa it was a time when I needed assistance to round everything up and drive the process through. I found the way she approached the task was friendly and had empathy which is a rare quality. I would also say that Lisa was always on the ball and at every step gave me good advice with examples to refer to, which helped in dealing with sensitive issues as a task. I find her approachable, personable, confident in her ability to close out to the benefit of the client." Adam Doohan Director - Leada Consulting ltd
"Excellent service provided by Lisa Dave. It was just like chatting to an old friend instead of making a Will." - David Horton
"Dear Ms Dave,
Thank you for sending the final copy documentation concerning the Lasting Powers of Attorney registration for both Financial and Health and Care matters.
I note that the original documents are now lodged in your firm's strong room, where they will be held indefinitely. This has proved to be a fairly lengthy procedure and we are grateful for your clear guidance, communication and support. It has been a pleasure to work with you and we have no hesitation in seeking your help again if it should prove necessary."
Lisa Dave is based at our Melbourne solicitors branch.
Why do you have to re-register the birth of your child? There are two reasons as to why you would do this: – To add the name of the father onto the birth certificate, whether by choice or due to a Court Order; If the parents have married since the birth of their child. Point… Learn more
I do not know the whereabouts of my estranged spouse. Can I still get divorced? In England and Wales it is possible to obtain a divorce even if a spouse is missing. A person would need to petition under the grounds of either unreasonable behaviour, 5 years separation or desertion. Before the Court will allow… Learn more
LPA is short for “Lasting Power of Attorney”. Whilst these are most used in later life, the intention when they were introduced was that they were aimed at much younger generations. Many people do not understand what these are and why it is important to have one. The key point to realise is that there… Learn more
Where an estate is not an “excepted estate” (this is one which is free of Inheritance Tax and within certain tolerances as to size), the Personal Representative (PR) must deliver an account to HMRC within twelve months of the end of the month in which the deceased died, or within three months of taking up… Learn more
Parental Responsibility means all the rights, duties, powers, responsibilities and authorities, which by law a parent has in relation to the child and his/her property. The birth mother of a child will automatically be granted Parental Responsibility unless it is extinguished by the making of an Adoption Order to another person. Where the child’s father… Learn more
Applications for Child Arrangement Orders are usually between private individuals under Section 8 of The Children Act 1989. These Orders decide who the child is to live with and/or who the child will spend time with, and can be granted to more than one person whether they live together or not. If there is a… Learn more
It has come to light that in 2014 the number of disgruntled spouses returning to Court to try and gain more money from former partners after a divorce has already gone through has doubled. Why? The case of millionaire Ecotricity founder Dale Vince resulted in his wife Kathleen Wyatt being given permission by the Supreme… Learn more
People live together without getting married and believe that after a number of years they become “common law” husband and wife and are granted the same rights as married couples. Sadly, that is incorrect. Common law marriage is a myth and it leads to complications and heartache if one party dies or decides to separate…. Learn more
The ‘Consular Marriage and Marriages under Foreign Law Order 2014’ comes into force on 3rd June and means that same sex marriages will be able to take place at British Consulates in the following 24 countries: Albania, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Cambodia, Chile, China, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Mongolia, Montenegro,… Learn more
Admitted as a Solicitor of England & Wales – September 2003
Professional Skills Course – BPP – 2003
Diploma in Legal Practice – De Montfort University – 2001
LLB (Hons) – The University of Northampton – 2000