Kate was admitted as a solicitor in Canada in 2017 and has over four years’ experience advising charities and social sector clients on a wide range of legal matters including in relation to establishment and incorporation, governance practices, fundraising, mergers, restructures, regulation, and compliance.
Before joining Wellers, Kate worked as a lawyer in a top-tier charity practice in Sydney, Australia where she advised a number of household name charities on various aspects of their operations.
Kate is the co-author of the ‘Community Organisations’ chapter of The Law Handbook: Your practical Guide of the law in NSW (15th ed).
In her spare time Kate enjoys yoga, spinning classes and travelling.
Parish Council services
Power of Attorney, Wills, Trusts & Estate01372 750109 Email Mariam
Mariam is a solicitor and a key member of the Parish Council advice team, based in our Surrey offices.
With a broad base of legal experience, Mariam is also able to advise on property, charity law and private client matters, including Wills, Powers of Attorney and probate.
As a lawyer with over 30 years’ experience gained in-house and in private practice, Kim has worked with a variety of clients on corporate and commercial matters including business sales and acquisitions, shareholders agreements, joint ventures, partnership agreements, employee share schemes, IT and other commercial contracts.
She has worked both as an “in-house” lawyer in a multinational corporate and as a lawyer in a private law firm. Kim is committed to giving practical, easy to understand, commercial advice to help her clients across a wide scope of company and commercial legal matters.
Manveen is an experienced Family Law solicitor who works in our London City office. Since qualifying in 2004 Manveen has practiced solely in Family Law. She is an accredited specialist in finance and children issues, having conducted many cases of considerable wealth, cross jurisdictional issues and complex financial and children arrangements.
Manveen has dealt with cases involving all levels of wealth (high, medium and low) often achieving favourable outcomes for her clients. This has involved dealing with assets involving either one property or a large property portfolio, pensions, international assets, companies and business assets. Often these cases involve issues of non-disclosure, non-compliance and attempts to dissipate assets. Manveen will leave no stone unturned and as and when necessary she will advise on the appropriate remedies available to her clients to ensure the most positive outcome. Through her work in Family Law Manveen has filed applications for freezing orders concerning assets and accounts, obtained cost orders for chronic failures by the opponent and issued applications for enforcement remedies to implement orders.
Manveen also has experience of assisting clients with preparing pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements.
In Children matters Manveen has represented parents in Children Arrangement Disputes including contact and residence as well as abduction, relocation and also enforcement remedies for failing to adhere to the terms of court orders with penalties to the opponent to undertake unpaid work.
In addition to the above Manveen will deal with other wider areas of family Law such as cohabitation disputes, Separation and Appeals to a higher court. Manveen has a reported case from the Court of Appeal on cohabitation (Slater v Condappa  EWCA Civ 1506).
Helen has been a solicitor specialising in family law for over 18 years. She was a Partner at her previous firm for 11 years before joining Wellers solicitors in July 2019. Helen studied Law with German Law at King's College University of London and Passau University Germany, obtaining both an LLB (Hons) and a Diploma in German Law in 1997. She completed the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law London in 1998 and is a member of Resolution, the Law Society's Family Law Accreditation Scheme and Bromley and District Law Society's Committee.
Helen helps clients with all aspects of family law – divorce and separation, cohabitation, civil partnerships, pre- and post- nuptial agreements, financial matters (e.g. property, pensions, shares, business assets, inherited wealth), domestic violence and children issues. With regard to children, she has covered both public and private children law cases including relocation, child abduction, child arrangement orders and prohibited steps orders.
Helen has a friendly and approachable manner. Whilst sympathetic to a client’s needs, she is always honest and realistic about the likely outcome. Helen will always try through negotiation and mediation to reach a fair settlement but if this fails, she aims to achieve very good results at Court.
Helen’s interests out of work include travel, theatre and cinema.
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I want to take this opportunity to say thank you very much for your legal advice, time and efforts. I have been very satisfied with the service I received from you, I really appreciate everything.
Luke is a Property solicitor based in our London City office.
Parish Council services01372 750103 Email Asma
Asma is a solicitor in the Commercial Property team specialising in transactional property work.
Asma advises investors, developers, business occupiers, Parish Councils and individuals on a variety of commercial property transactions including acquisitions, disposals, negotiation of business leases and portfolio management. Asma is both proactive and pragmatic in her approach, achieving creative solutions and outstanding results for her clients.
Asma graduated in Law from City University in London and studied the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in Guildford.
Asma previously had over 10 years’ experience at City law firm, Carter Lemon Camerons LLP working in the Commercial Property team.
In her free time Asma enjoys travel abroad, reading and spending time with her family.
Corporate Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Personal Litigation & Dispute Resolution01732 457575 Email Jonathan
Jonathan is Head of Litigation for our Sevenoaks office and has a vast amount of experience of commercial litigation, particularly involving property. He acts for commercial landlords and tenants, businesses and individuals. He also has considerable expertise and experience in professional negligence work with focus again on the property industry.
He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution.
Ursula is a senior conveyancing solicitor who heads up the property team in our Bromley office.
Ursula qualified as a Solicitor in 1999 and joined Wellers Law Group in 2019. Having 25 years of Conveyancing experience Ursula previously worked with another well established firm in Kent where she led the Residential Property Department for a number of years and was a partner for 8 years. She is a past President for Bromley and District Law Society.
- Sales and Purchases of Freehold and Leasehold Land
- Acquiring the Freehold of your Leasehold Property
- Lease Extensions
- Mortgages and Re-mortgages
- Transfers of Equity
- Equity Releases
- Pre-Auction advice
- Auction Sales and Purchases
Areas of specialism
- Residential Conveyancing for Leasehold and Freehold Properties
- Specialises in technical high value residential Properties
Ursula enjoys being a spectator of most sports particularly, rugby and cricket and enjoys playing netball and cycling.
"Ursula Puch was my solicitor for purchasing a property. She was brilliant, very understanding with my personal situation, she gave me advice that helped me through out the buying process. She was very personable, and a joy to work with. I feel very lucky to have found Wellers solicitors to help me, the whole team there are brilliant and I couldn’t recommend them enough."
"Excellent, personal and highly professional I would highly recommend Ursula Puch. She has always been available throughout the purchase and sale of my property. She is both professional and tenacious: supportive at all times combined with sensible and pragmatic advise. I would strongly recommend Ursula to anyone needing conveyancing support -and will be using her for all my future needs."
"With all that was happening throughout the pandemic we managed to conclude with satisfaction between both parties, and Ursula should be complimented for steering us through a very difficult path. I will be using Ursula moving forward on other projects."
"...thanking you so much I can't believe how quick you've got this through..."
Power of Attorney, Wills, Trusts & Estate020 7481 6386 Email Aarti
Aarti is a Private Client solicitor based out of the London office.
Having qualified in 2017, Aarti has developed a wealth of knowledge and specialises in the preparation of wills and succession planning, lasting powers of attorney, trusts and probate work including contentious probate. Aarti also specialises in estate administration where there is a cross-border element, having previously successfully completed the re-sealing of a Malaysian Grant of Probate and a Dutch Grant of Probate.
In her spare time, Aarti is an ‘Access to Practice’ Mentor through BPP Law School, mentoring current law school students. As well as this she enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Diane is an accomplished and experienced family law solicitor, based in our Bromley office and able to help clients across London and the South East.
Diane qualified as a solicitor in January 2010 and she has 11 years’ experience in all aspects of family law including Private Law Children Act matters, cases involving domestic abuse, the separation process, divorce, financial and property disputes.
As a member of Resolution, Diane is committed to her work in family law and in particular the constructive resolution of family disputes. Her experiences have enabled her to develop her skills as a solicitor which she combines with a friendly and approachable style.