Our Firm's History

Rebecca Oakley Family Law Solicitors Cardiff your expert Family Lawyer for all your Family Law problems and matters
Rebecca settled in Wales in 1989 studying for her A Levels before moving on to Cardiff University for her Law degree. Upon qualifying as solicitor she worked for prominent City Centre firms in the field of Family Law, building an enviable reputation based on efficiency, professionalism and results.

Rebecca opened her own practice in 2012, bringing with her 19 years’ experience in the field of Family Law she is an accredited member of the Law Society Family Law Advanced Panel and a member of Resolution.

Belinda Moseley

In August 2017 Rebecca was joined by Belinda Moseley, an experienced Solicitor, who has over 13 years experience in the the field and who is an accredited Resolution specialist Family law member.

Our Philosophy

Following years of experience with large solicitors firms we know what they can do right – but also what they all too often get wrong. We aim to bring the  specialist Family Law expertise and experience of larger firms, but with the personal service and reduced cost that can not be matched in the City Centre. How often are clients drawn in by a name over the door, only to find their case is really in the hands of a newly qualified solicitor or a paralegal? We set out to provide a real alternative to the traditional large Family Solicitors firm. With Rebecca Oakley Family Law Solicitors you have the reassurance of knowing that only Rebecca Oakley and Belinda Moseley will be dealing with your case from start to finish. We do not delegate the day to day running of your case to unqualified staff members.  We aim to be always approachable and flexible, striving for the best possible result for you while keeping you fully informed of the progress of your case.

We can work with you to reduce the stress of divorce proceedings, whether they involve family finances, arrangements for children or both. We can help you plan effectively to prevent conflict or uncertainty in your affairs in the future by way of pre nuptial or post nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, powers of attorney or wills and estate planning. We believe that in family law it is better to avoid conflict than inflame it. But where conflict exists it should be resolved as quickly, effectively and sensitively as possible and without unnecessary costs.

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