Head of Family
Christine is a Matrimonial and Family Law expert having acted for clients for over 20 years. She always focuses on delivering that exceptional customer service clients need when going through the trauma of a divorce, particularly when sorting out the children and financial aspects and does so in a caring and sympathetic way.
Christine qualified as a solicitor after a successful career in the pharmaceutical industry. She combines her business experience with excellent people skills, making her an efficient but empathetic solicitor. She has managed branch offices and headed departments in prestigious legal practices. She has both local and international clients.
Christine is also on the Law Society’s Family Law Advanced Panel. Membership of the panel is only open to those Solicitors who have and maintain a very high level of knowledge, experience and skill in areas of practice within Matrimonial and Family Law, covering children, international issues, complex asset cases and financial settlements amongst others.
Christine is delighted to be appointed Partner with BG and looks forward to her new role.
- Civil Partnership Dissolutions
- Financial Settlements
- Consent Orders
- Children Issues
- Pre-nuptial Agreements
- Cohabitation Agreements
- Cohabitation Disputes
In addition to specialising in Family law Christine furthers her love of horses by offering advice on Equine law.
- Advice following Sale or Purchase of a horse
- Loan Agreements
- Setting up an Equine Business
- Personal Injury Claims
- Negligence Claims
- Leaving a horse in your Will
- Employment Issues
- Buying Land
With substantial experience in Equine and Farming Law where there are substantial assets, Christine once acted for a client where the assets included letters from Nelson and Casanova!
Christine is based in Shrewsbury/Telford, owns two large dogs and has taken up golf!
”I was lucky to have Christine McNeish act for me in my recent protracted divorce. Right from the initial meeting I knew I was in safe hands. She clearly explained how the complex process ”that is divorce” could be navigated to give both parties a fair outcome and reassured me of my position and future finances. She was very clear about what she thought I could expect from the split of assets and maintenance payments. Whilst her feathers were never ruffled she did have teeth when she needed to represent my position. I found the whole experience both emotional and complex, but always new Christine would be “on it“ in her calm reassuring way. She was accessible and happy to talk things through on the phone and when we did have a meeting I always came out feeling much more positive than when I went in. I am very happy to recommend her services to anyone going through this difficult and unfortunate process”. Anna Simons