A common question for divorcing couples is how will the court deal with inherited assets. The answer however is not black and white and can differ between a past inheritance...
Camella Cephas qualified as a solicitor in 2011 having completed her training contract in London. She worked in both private practice and for the local authority in London before moving to the Gloucestershire area in 2015.
Camella is an accredited member of the Law Society’s children panel and specialises in Children law, both public and private law cases. She is also a keen advocate and represents her clients at court hearings.
Her vast experience ranges through dealing with complex cases such as those with an international element, forced marriage protection orders, issues of non-accidental injuries and sexual abuse. Camella also has experience of dealing with vulnerable clients and represents both parents and children through their court appointed Guardian.
Camella prides herself on being understanding and approachable whilst providing pragmatic legal advice to achieve the best outcome for her client.