Traditional Values

Contemporary Approach

We will guide you through the process of divorce, separation and/or any dispute sensitively.

The breakdown of a relationship can be an extremely difficult, emotional and stressful time. We work at your personal pace and explore all options available to you.

NANCY KHAWAM Family Law and Mediation Limited works flexibly with clients to resolve issues through negotiations either within or outside court proceedings. While we seek to minimise conflict, when necessary we will take a robust approach to resolving matters, including issuing court proceedings.

Resolution Member

Nancy is a member of Resolution, an organisation committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Nancy is also a collaboratively trained lawyer.

We adhere to Resolution’s Code of Practice, which promotes resolving disputes as constructively as possible and in the best interests of the family, in particular those of children.





We also work closely with leading sets of Barrister Chambers, including Queen Elizabeth Building, 1 Hare Court, 1 King’s Bench Walk and 29 Bedford Row.





Working with third party specialists

NANCY KHAWAM Family Law and Mediation Limited involves specialist third party professionals, including liaising with leading foreign Family lawyers, where this is helpful to achieving our clients’ objectives. Where necessary, we will negotiate and communicate with other professionals on your behalf.

International Academy
of Family Lawyers

Nancy is a Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers.

“IAFL is a worldwide association of practising lawyers who are recognised by their peers as the most experienced and skilled family law specialists in their respective countries.” (IAFL, 2020. About IAFL. Retrieved from:

As a Fellow, Nancy has access to a global network of specialist family lawyers overseas.

Specialised Services

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Family Law

Divorce, Dissolution of Civil Partnerships and Separation

We work with sensitivity, understanding and empathy to help you navigate both the emotional and practical issues you are likely to encounter when a relationship breaks down.

Nancy considers carefully when to take action whilst seeking to minimise conflict so that the process is one where all family members can move forward as constructively as possible with their lives. Often this can involve an international dimension (a so-called jurisdiction race).

Financial Settlements

Sorting out finances can be a daunting part of separation and divorce. Protecting your financial position is paramount and we work closely with our clients to address this from the outset. Financial issues differ from family to family – we will discuss options and offer clear and objective advice.

A step-by-step process helps in identifying where the focus is to be set in the short, medium and long term and how to receive any practical support, thus ensuring a fair and desirable financial settlement.

Relationship Agreements

Relationship Agreements vary from Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial agreements, Pre-Civil Partnership and Post-civil Partnership agreements or Cohabitation agreements.

These may help to provide clarity for the future and help avoid litigation in the event of a breakdown in the relationship. We provide expert advice on all aspects of relationship agreements, including clarifying the law in light of misconceived concepts in the public domain; exploring your goals and vision for the future; drafting and negotiating agreements. We handle any circumstance swiftly, even where international issues arise.

Parenting Issues

We are committed to encouraging parents to put their children’s needs first. Our goal is a future where children continue to have a loving and meaningful relationship with both their parents and other family members. Arrangements that are in the children’s best interests are achieved through mediation, negotiations or by issuing court proceedings where necessary.

We offer robust advice regarding financial provision for children.  We will also go even further when urgent matters arise. This may include the wish of a parent to relocate with the child/ren to another country or disputes regarding imminent holidays and incidents overseas.