LDJ Solicitors

Solicitors

Natasha Abel, Solicitor

Natasha Abel
Solicitor

Member of The Family Law Panel & Resolution

Responsibilities:

Acting Head of the Family Department

Office: Nuneaton

Email: natasha.abel@ldjsolicitors.co.uk

Natasha qualified as a Solicitor in 2003 and is a member of the Family Law Panel and Resolution specialising in divorce and the division of finances upon divorce including pensions. 

Natasha also advises clients in relation to private children act matters such as disputes over parental responsibility, co habitation matters, separation agreements, post nuptial agreements and court proceedings.

In addition to the above, Natasha is a qualified Criminal Duty Solicitor and a Police Station Representative.

Amy Chadaway, Solicitor

Amy Chadaway
Solicitor

Member of the Employment Lawyers Association

Office: Nuneaton

Email: amy.chadaway@ldjsolicitors.co.uk

Amy joined the firm in August 2007 as a trainee solicitor and qualified as an Assistant Solicitor in 2009, as part of the Dispute Resolution Department. Amy specialises in contract and commercial disputes, and employment law matters, acting for both Employers and Employees.  She is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.  Amy is also a Housing Law Specialist dealing with matters on both a private and legally aided basis.  She appears regularly as Duty Solicitor in the Nuneaton and Warwick County Courts assisting people facing the threat of homelessness.

Jason King, Solicitor

Jason King
Solicitor

Office: Nuneaton

Email: jason.king@ldjsolicitors.co.uk

Jason qualified as a Solicitor in April 2017 after completing his training contract with the firm. Prior to this he completed his law degree at Nottingham Trent University achieving a 2:1 before completing the challenging Legal Practising Course at Nottingham Law School. Jason then worked as a paralegal in law firms in Lincoln and Derby before relocating to Nuneaton.

Jason is part of the Commercial Property and Services Team specialising in commercial property related matters.

Arti Thakrar, Solicitor

Arti Thakrar
Solicitor

Office: Nuneaton

Email: arti.thakrar@ldjsolicitors.co.uk

Arti qualified as a Solicitor in October 2018 after completing her training contract with the firm and has now joined the Private Client team specialising in Wills, Probate, Tax and Trusts.

Amardeep Begraj, Solicitor

Amardeep Begraj
Solicitor

Office: Nuneaton

Email: amardeep.begraj@ldjsolicitors.co.uk

Amardeep qualified as a Solicitor in 2005 and specialises in Family Law dealing mainly with divorce, the division of assets arising out of a divorce, civil partnership dissolutions, disputes concerning children, cohabitee disputes, injunctions and an increasing number of pre-nuptial agreements.

Katherine Rose, Solicitor

Katherine Rose
Solicitor

Office: Nuneaton

Email: katherine.rose@ldjsolicitors.co.uk

Katherine graduated from Brunel University London with a degree in Psychology. Following this, she undertook the Graduate Diploma in Law at Brunel University London, and went on to complete the Legal Practice Course with an MSc in Business and Management at The University of Law in Moorgate.

Katherine qualified as a Solicitor in March 2020 and now specialises in Wills, Probate, Tax and Trusts.

Laura Duggan, Solicitor

Laura Duggan
Solicitor

Office: Nuneaton

Email: laura.duggan@ldjsolicitors.co.uk

Laura qualified as a Solicitor in May 2020 after completing her training contract with the firm and is now a member of Commercial Property and Services team.

Laura specialises in the acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold commercial property, business leases, lease renewals, mergers, business sales, shareholders agreements, project development and associated planning agreements and options.

Sunil Sidhu, Solicitor

Sunil Sidhu
Solicitor

Member of Resolution

Office: Hinckley

Email: sunny.sidhu@ldjsolicitors.co.uk

Sunil qualified as a Solicitor in 2018 and is a member of Resolution specialising in all aspects of family law matters including divorce, separation, child issues, financial and property matters arising on the breakdown of relationships.