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Judy Bodansky

Solicitor

T: 020 7842 1476 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: judy.bodansky@roydswithyking.com

Judy is a solicitor in the Family team and is based in our London office.



About Judy

Judy graduated from King’s College London in 2010 with a 2:1 in Law and was awarded the Property Law Prize from Dechert LLP. After working with major donors for an international development charity and a start-up working with law firms, she completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Bloomsbury, where she obtained a Distinction. Judy then worked as a paralegal at a firm specialising in mortgage litigation, before joining Royds as a trainee solicitor in September 2014. As part of her training, Judy undertook seats in the Family, Litigation, Property and Corporate & Commercial teams. She qualified into the Family team in 2016.

Judy focuses on achieving the best possible outcome for her clients, who value her sympathetic and considered manner. As a member of Resolution, she is committed to using a non-confrontational and constructive approach when dealing with family disputes.

Experience

Judy has experience in advising on all aspects of divorce and separation, with a focus on dealing with complex financial matters. She also deals with private law issues involving children, including where a child will live and contact arrangements.

Practice Areas

Memberships

Judy is a member of Resolution.

As a Family lawyer, I encounter clients at what is often the most stressful and unsettled time for them. I assist clients by explaining the legal process in simple terms and giving straightforward advice. I try to reassure clients and guide them through litigation where it arises. I enjoy helping clients to resolve their legal problems and seeing them being able to move on with their lives.

Judy Bodansky

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