Stacey Lunn


I qualified as a solicitor in March 2019 having been with QualitySolicitors Davisons since July 2015. I am now based at the Wolverhampton office and prior to the opening of Wolverhampton I was based at the Cotteridge office.

I have gained a lot of experience assisting the previous Head of the Family Department, Harbinder Gosal and the current Head of Department Nesheela Nazir with their caseloads. This included working on matrimonial cases including divorce, finances, domestic violence and Children Act cases dealing with issues regarding contact, who the child will live with and care proceedings. I have had my own caseload since September 2016.

I always aim to be approachable, clear and helpful for every client. I try to assist my clients in reaching a negotiated settlement. 

I have recently been attending Cotteridge Church foodbank on a weekly basis to assist people who are in need or signpost them to services which are right for them. I also attend various networking groups including Love Ladies Business Group where I have met many business owners and professionals.

Before QualitySolicitors Davisons I worked for a specialist family law firm and assisted on some high net worth cases. I am friendly and approachable.

Outside of working hours I’m usually found in the company of friends and family.  I enjoy keeping fit and often go to fitness classes. I have a real passion for travelling on holiday.

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    • Posted on August 28, 2019
      Separating from your spouse often can be confusing and/or a frightening time. Things to consider will include how to proceed going forward to formalise your separation and how to share the matrimonial assets. Where parties have reached an agreement, this can be drawn up as follows:
    • Posted on May 21, 2019
      Domestic abuse is a form of negative behaviour; it is where there is controlling, bullying, threatening, coercive or violent interactions between two parties. Domestic abuse is not limited to physical behaviour, but also includes; emotional, physical, sexual, psychological abuse and/or financial control. In the last year, an estimated two million women and men between the ages of 16-59 have been victim to domestic abuse; 1.3 million women were victim to abuse and 695,000 men were victims.[1]
    • Posted on February 19, 2019
      There is never a good time for parents to separate or divorce. Not only is this a difficult time for the parents suffering the relationship breakdown, but it is also a difficult time for the children.

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