Aaron Bailey


Aaron graduated from Cardiff University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in law before going on to study a Master’s degree in International Human Rights Law and obtaining a distinction. Aaron completed the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the University of Law in Guildford in 2016 and has recently attained his Higher Rights of Audience qualification, allowing him to undertake advocacy in civil proceedings in any court in England and Wales.

Aaron started at Knight Polson in September 2014 as a paralegal in the Family Department and was subsequently offered an opportunity to train as a Solicitor. Aaron undertook seats in the Family Department, Dispute Resolution Department, Company Commercial Department and is now finishing his training back in the Family Department. Aaron qualified into the Family Department as a Solicitor in October 2017.

In his spare time Aaron is a keen musician and enjoys playing and watching sports, networking and cooking. Aaron is also kept busy with his duties as the Vice Chair of the South Hampshire Junior Lawyers Division of the Law Society (SHJLD).

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on February 16, 2017
      A rather unique divorce case was heard in the Court of Appeal on Tuesday this week, fittingly on Valentine’s Day. Mrs Tini Owens brought an appeal against an earlier ruling which stated that she could not divorce her husband of 39 years.
      Posted in: Family
    • Posted on June 28, 2016
      The Justice Select Committee has this week urged the Ministry of Justice to rescind the increase in divorce petition court fees from £410 to £550 which came into effect in March, earlier this year. The increase largely went under the radar as it was brought in with very short notice and was somewhat overshadowed by substantial increases in civil Court fees which had come into effect shortly beforehand.
      Posted in: Family
    • Posted on June 22, 2016
      The case of Wyatt v Vince has very recently concluded after almost five years of litigation in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. The case is a very important family law case as it sets out the position for ex-spouses applying for a financial remedy many years after the original divorce proceedings have concluded.
      Posted in: Family

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