Name: Peggy Ray
Firm Name: Goodman Ray
Country: England
Expertise: Children's Law

Telephone: 020 7608 1227
Fax: 020 7250 1786
Email: [email protected]

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Professional Biography:

Peggy Ray is our exclusively recommended Children’s Law expert in England on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Peggy directly using the contact details listed above.

Peggy specialises in complex cases concerning children. She acts for children, young people and parents involved in both complex cases between parents and in care proceedings. She also undertakes adoption and other child related cases. She works in both privately paying and legal aid cases.

For many years Peggy has been involved in shaping policy and promoting the rights of children and young people. She was closely involved in the consultation process that preceded the Children Act 1989, being Chair of the Children Committee of the Solicitors Family Law Association (now Resolution) at that time. She is frequently asked to contribute to policy consultations.

Peggy regularly speaks, writes and lectures on related issues. Since 2007 she has been sitting as a Family Recorder in the Family Court.

Firm Overview:

Goodman Ray is one of the leading family law firms in the UK with a national and international reputation for its work in children and family law. Goodman Ray offers a first-class service across the full spectrum of family law, including matrimonial finance, cohabitation, international adoption, surrogacy, child abduction, forced marriage injunctions and children law. The firm represents high-net-worth and international clients, whilst remaining committed to delivering a cutting-edge service to its legally-aided clients.

Goodman Ray’s straightforward and innovative approach is welcomed by clients and is demonstrated by its lawyers’ involvement with other professional organisations. Clients are assured of expert representation by lawyers who will fearlessly fight their corner while sharing the firm’s child-centred ethos and promoting alternative dispute resolution where appropriate.