Melanie Hamer - Director
Melanie Hamer is a Director at Wendy Hopkins Family Law Practice.
She was one of the original two partners in the firm in 1996, having qualified as a Solicitor in 1989 with Eversheds, Cardiff. She is a leader in her field in Chambers where the firm is in the top band. She has considerable experience of big money divorces and separations, including acting for high-profile and celebrity clients.
Melanie was one of the first two solicitors in Wales to gain entry to the Solicitors Family Law Association (Resolution) specialist panel. She is a member of the Law Society's Family Law Accreditation Scheme.
Melanie is regarded by her peers as one of the leading family law solicitors in Wales. Independent research praised her as "an excellent lawyer with strong client-handling and negotiating skills, and a shrewd tactician". She is highly recommended by the Legal 500 where she has been described as (an outstanding lawyer, 'creative and astute', making special mention of her acting in a complex case involving hundreds of properties) and (‘decisive and pragmatic’ Melanie Hamer specialises in complex, high-value matters, often involving multi-jurisdictional issues; recent work includes handling a highly complex case involving numerous companies and properties spread across the UK and abroad, and assets in the value of £50m) Chambers UK refer to Melanie as (a first-class practitioner with a talent for explaining things in the layperson's language... a very intelligent, skilled solicitor and a tough but fair negotiator), as well as Legal Experts and the Good Lawyer Guide. She is profiled in Who's Who In The Law.
She also features regularly in the press, and was named as one of the "businesswomen in Wales leading their professional field" by the Western Mail.
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