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Sue Nash

Sue Nash

Senior Associate

"Knowledgeable and tenacious" - Legal 500 UK


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01708 229444


Kim Hymas, Essex

"I can't thank you enough yet again - thanks for being a pitbull and holding your nerve when I don't think others would have. It's been an incredibly stressful time but you have dealt with everything with professionalism and efficiency."

Mr S, London

"I want to thank you for your help and wish more lawyers were like you. This country would run a whole lot better."

Ms W, Essex

"May I take this opportunity to thank you wholeheartedly for your assistance and empathy at what was a difficult period...you made me feel so comfortable when I was very low and insecure."

Ms L Griffin, Essex

"Sue was great in achieving all that needed to be done without having to go to court. Highly recommend."

Ms J Hodge, Upminster

"Sue Nash is wonder at explaining things in easy terms."

Sue Nash

Sue is a Senior Associate and a member of our Family Law Department. Sue qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Legal Executives in 1994. 

Sue's expertise includes:

Sue's recent work highlights include:

  • Representing Husband in complex financial provision involving a family trust and whether or not the trust was still in existence.

  • Representing Father at prohibited steps order return date. Father was on police bail for alleged breach of non-molestation order. Obtained interim child arrangements order.

  • Representing Husband in financial remedy where assets totalled £6 million.

  • Representing Wife in financial remedy where this was a long marriage and there are significant assets. Both parties are shareholders in the family business, the value of which is in dispute.

  • Representing Mother in relation to father’s applications for a Child Arrangement Order relating to a child who was ill with leukaemia. Mother had concerns about father’s behaviour including drug use. Numerous safeguards put in place via various agencies to ensure child was protected.

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Kelly Stocks, Essex

“Sue Nash dealt with my case and she was efficient, kind and understanding. She did a very good job and I am happy with the service I received.”

Jill Ryder, London

"As soon as I heard Sue’s voice on the phone, I felt calm instantly. Without her calmness and realism, my divorce case would have been worse. Sue worked on my behalf with my best interests always at heart.

Her knowledge and expertise meant that I had no unrealistic expectations, and she always handed my case to two excellent lawyers (Michael Sheville and Catherine Polli) when she was on leave, so I was always well looked after and supported. Sue’s assistant Linda Adams was also a superstar – efficient and beyond helpful.

Well done Pinney Talfourd, you have an excellent team."

Mr A, East London

"Thank you very much for the time, attention and consideration you showed. I am aware that you went over and above the call of duty and it makes a great difference going forward to know that I've been given such excellent advice by someone who'll take such time and trouble. I'll need further advice down the line and I hope that it will come from you."

Mr Smith, London

"When I first called you all those years ago I was in a bit of a state and you said 'I'll have you and your ex dancing together at your daughter's wedding'. You've been true to your word and helped me and my ex stay good friends - from your advice over mediators to your good humoured patience with my general incompetence you've been brilliant all the way through. I will, as they say, use you every time I get divorced..."

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