Jane Chandler

Associate Solicitor

I advise clients in relation to divorce and the financial consequences arising from relationship breakdown.  I am able to provide advice on property rights and prepare separation agreements for unmarried couples upon separation.  When children are involved I advise on various issues such as where the children will live and the time they spend with each parent.

I also advise clients on the benefits of pre or post-nuptial agreements and for those living together, co-habitation agreements. When family businesses are involved I am able to refer to other professionals such as accountants and where appropriate pension actuaries. 

As an accredited member of Resolution I am committed to dealing with matters in a constructive way and provide tailored advice to each of my clients dealing with matters in a practical and pragmatic way seeking early resolution wherever possible. Having been through my own divorce, I am able to empathise with my clients and understand the difficulties they are facing and concerns they have.

In my spare time I enjoy playing tennis and I am a longstanding member of the Edgbaston Priory Tennis Club.  I also enjoy travelling and spending time with friends, family and my two labradoodles.



Jane Chandler - Awards and accreditations

  • Resolution First for Family Law

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    • Posted on April 17, 2020
      In these unprecedented times you may be asking what happens about child contact, can it still go ahead despite the Government lockdown? What happens if I am self-isolating and am concerned about not complying with a Court Order.

      We answer some of the most often asked questions below.
    • Posted on November 5, 2019
      Parental alienation is a form of psychological abuse against both the child and the absent parent. This is usually caused by one parent’s psychological manipulation of a child, resulting in the child becoming hostile or showing resistance to one parent.
      Posted in: Family law
    • Posted on April 10, 2019
      Justice Secretary David Gauke yesterday confirmed the Government’s commitment to introducing legislation to reform divorce law in the next Parliamentary session, which is scheduled to start in May.

      Mr Gauke announced a new law to help reduce family conflict, which will mean that divorcing couples no longer have to blame each other for the breakdown of their marriage. The reforms follow a consultation, which took place between September and December 2018 and showed overwhelming support for reform.
      Posted in: Family law

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