Rachel Spencer Robb
Rachel Spencer Robb is a Partner and Head of our Family Law team. She has over 16 years experience dealing exclusively with family law issues that arise upon the breakdown of relationships and those who wish to protect their assets at the outset of relationships. Having qualified as a mediator, Rachel can also help couples who wish to resolve issues together without going to court.
Rachel is nationally recognised as an expert in her field by independent legal guide Chambers and Partners for the last five consecutive years.
Most recently Chambers UK (2020) stated : “Rachel Spencer Robb advises on matrimonial finance cases, often centred on significant farming assets. She is similarly experienced in proprietary estoppel claims within families. One interviewee characterises her as “bright, forthright and logical” as well as “personable and efficient in terms of the work she does.”
Legal Directory Legal 500 (2020 Edition) has this to say about Rachel.
“At LCF Law, the practice is led by Rachel Spencer Robb, who specialises in matrimonial finance matters and also has expertise in wealth preservation and property issues; she is also an accredited mediator and collaborative lawyer. The wider team is experienced in family arrangements and asset ownership, unmarried couple issues and international matters.”.
Rachel is also a member of the Solicitors Regulation Authority Advanced Family Law Panel as well as an Accredited Specialist of Resolution (www.resolution.org).
Rachel’s clients appreciate her skill and unwavering support:
“Thank you for all of your help, I know you’ve worked really hard on my case, and I am really pleased that I had you as my solicitor”.
“Your sensitivity in dealing with complex situations plus your attention to detail and obvious range of knowledge of the financial aspects of my case inspires confidence.”
“Firstly, many thanks for what you did yesterday. You were a great great help, & I can’t imagine a better advocate.”
Rachel’s latest Info-Burst takes you through what to consider when children are involved during a relationship breakdown. – Watch Rachel’s Info-Burst on what is considered when looking at financial matters – Will I get a fair share on divorce?