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Sam joined the firm in 2004, having practiced in the local area since qualifying, and became a Partner in 2006. She is the Head of the Family department, is a Resolution trained Family mediator and is also a member of Resolution.
Sam’s practice spans the entire spectrum of family work, but she specialises particularly in private work involving financial matters and matters involving unmarried families as well as her mediation practice where she is a fully accredited family mediator. Sam adopts a no-nonsense approach to law, but strives to provide a sympathetic understanding of the client’s needs at times of stress and difficulty.
Sam is married and has two children herself so understands the pressures facing families.
- How is a business divided in a divorce?
- What happens to my pension when I divorce?
- Importance of Family Mediation recognised by new Government voucher scheme
- Resolution's Good Divorce Week highlights the importance of seeking timely advice
- No fault divorce comes closer as Divorce Bill receives Royal Assent
- Can I still attend Family Mediation sessions during lockdown?
- How will my Financial Order be affected in light of coronavirus?
- How will coronavirus impact my divorce?
- Guide to Family Mediation - the 10 facts you need to know
- Should I wait to apply for my Decree Absolute?
- Do I need a Solicitor for Family Mediation?
- Can I skip Family Mediation and go straight to Court?
- What is a financial order in divorce proceedings?
- Wedding season is approaching - when should I apply for a pre-nuptial agreement?
- How do I end my civil partnership?
- How to support your child through your divorce or separation
- Legal battle proves the importance of written agreements when discussing property
- Change in divorce law looks set to stop the blame game
- Divorce rates drop but separation still on the rise
- Could we be separating from fault-based divorce system?
- Supreme Court rule divorced husband should not increase ex wife payments
- What are my rights as a step-parent following divorce?
- Could a pre-nuptial agreement be the answer for your marriage?
- Parents representing themselves in Court; what is the impact on the children?
- How to negotiate finances in a divorce
- What rights do grandparents have in a divorce?
- Will my business be used in my divorce?
- What plans should I make for my children when I divorce?
- Could new divorce form increase blame culture?
- Should I divorce or stay separated?
- Family Mediator receives accreditation for Child Inclusive Mediation
- £453million divorce pay-out highlights potential of family mediation and pre-nuptial agreements
- Resolution calls for family law reform ahead of new Parliament
- Number of domestic violence victims prosecuting their abusers on the decline
- Greater rights for cohabiting couples?
- Judge rules unhappiness is not a reason to divorce
- Husband ordered to increase maintenance payments to ex wife despite divorcing 15 years ago
- How to divorce when serving in the military
- Number of divorces fall while the cost increases
- Can children appoint their own solicitor in family cases?
- Cohabitation - It's all quite simple, isn't it?
- What is a McKenzie friend in family law proceedings?
- Should children be witnesses in family proceedings?
- Is an oral agreement between cohabitees binding?
- Mr vs Mrs: A mediators verdict
- Call the mediator
- Residence disputes can arise long after divorce proceedings are finalised
- Rising costs of divorce encourage couples to 'nest' together
- Divorce - Court Fee Increase from Monday 21st March 2016
- Ministry of Justice study shows children "do better" when they see both parents
I just wanted to say a very heartfelt thank you to you Samantha. You were extremely professional and made the mediation a completely smooth and bearable process. I was apprehensive about achieving an agreement, and I am so amazed and relieved to have reached an agreement today. It is a wonderful weight lifted for me and I am so grateful.
From initial contact to the conclusion of the matter I was treated with respect and compassion. The skilful way that Samantha listened and communicated enabled me to trust and value the advice I was given, even when this was not necessarily what I wanted to hear.
Samantha was friendly and approachable but also incredibly professional. She gave very good advice, and kept me informed every step of the way. She made the difficult process of getting a divorce as painless and simple as possible for which I and my ex husband are very grateful for.
Samantha Miles has been excellent in the service provided and making me feel her most important client.
Samantha Miles of Warner Goodman has made the painful, difficult and often complex process of my divorce proceedings as easy as I can imagine them ever being possible to be. Her clear, comprehensive guidance and assistance walked me through every step and delivered a clean and amicable break between my partner and I. Warner Goodman, have been clear about costs and timings and have quite simply made this a problem that did not need to worry about. I would highly recommend their services to anyone looking for a professional yet empathetic guiding hand through the pains of a marital separation.
Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your advice over the last couple of years. You have been both wise and forthright and I would have been in a far worse position without your guidance. I am very grateful, and consider myself fortunate to have found you and your team. My thanks to Lauren as well.
Closure made easy! I met with Sam Miles to discuss a financial settlement and over the next two years, Sam navigated me along a pathway, which I found overwhelming and complex at times. Finally, I can move on, thank you to Warner Goodman & Sam Miles