I was given clear and concise advice. The help I needed was during lockdown, a tricky time for everyone, but I was reassured and Natalie worked quickly and efficiently.
I can not thank Natalie Nero enough for her handling of my case. She represented me on both child and financial matters in my divorce and I felt supported and guided throughout, I had absolute trust in Natalie and her approach was sensitive, attentive and accurate throughout my dealings with her.
I can't thank you enough for everything you have done for me, it means so much to get closure after all this time and I’m so grateful to you.
I just wanted to say 'thank you' for all your help this year.
Natalie was very easy to talk to and she was very helpful at all times.
Very professional
Professional & emphatic throughout.
Professional & emphatic throughout.

About Natalie

Natalie joined Machins in 2018.  She qualified as a solicitor in 2017 after completing her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in London and training contract with a region firm.

She advises on all aspects of private family law including divorce, financial remedy, cohabitation disputes and child arrangements.  Natalie has a good relationship with her clients who value her support through challenging times as well as her legal expertise and advice.

Natalie has been involved in pro-bono work, previously providing legal advice to members of the Armed Forces. She is a member of Resolution and accredited in complex lower income financial remedies and private children law.

Approach to work

‘I have a personable approach and take time getting to know my client’s and their circumstances.’

Specialist practice areas

  • Divorce, dissolution and separation following marriage, civil partnership or cohabitation
  • Financial arrangements following breakdown of a relationship including financial orders and deeds of separation
  • Domestic abuse
  • Prenuptial arrangements
  • Cohabitation disputes
  • Private Children Act cases including internal and external relocation, residence/contact and Prohibited steps
  • Pre/postnuptial agreements

Latest news by Natalie Nero

Online Divorce Applications

HMCTS have confirmed that legal representatives will need to process divorce applications online using the digital service (rather than paper forms) from 13th September 2021. The exceptions to this, which should continue to be processed via the paper route, are:- • Civil Partnership• Judicial Separation• Nullity Machins Solicitors are already set up to use the

Torn Apart: Family Courts Uncovered: Dispatches

Last week Channel 4 Dispatches’ aired “Torn Apart: Family Courts Uncovered”.  The programme reported on a voluntary survey as well as conversations with a number of families who have used the family court system and professionals working within it.  Among the topics discussed were: Parental Alienation: This is a situation in which one parent uses

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