Partner, Family Law
- 0118 951 6801
Location: Henley-on-Thames & Reading
Qualified as a solicitor: 2007
Tasha Bevan-Stewart is a partner in our leading Family Law team.
Tasha is experienced in advising clients on all areas of Family Law, including divorce and separation, financial arrangements, children matters, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, co-habitation agreements and issues between unmarried couples, with a particular specialism in assisting clients through collaborative law.
Tasha is involved in promoting out of court methods in her work with Resolution, the family lawyers’ association, which endorses constructive conflict resolution. Tasha co-chairs their Collaborative Working Party and wrote the section on collaborative practice in Resolution’s latest 2020 Family Law Handbook. Introducing the book, Sir Andrew McFarlane, the President of the Family Division, describes it as "a most valuable guide’ to current family practice".
Tasha views collaborative cases as a “win-win” for all parties involved, keeping costs down and focusing on constructive outcomes. She regularly observes how the collaborative approach benefits and supports clients through separation, and her work with Resolution is aimed at supporting practitioners working collaboratively.
Tasha is also a Resolution-trained mediator who can assist couples to resolve both child-related and financial issues in mediation.
Tasha qualified in London in 2007 and practised exclusively in Family Law, in Surrey and Hampshire, before joining Blandy & Blandy from a fellow top tier (Chambers and The Legal 500) firm in 2020.
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Member, Resolution and Co-Chair, Resolution Collaborative Working Party
Member, The Law Society
Education and Training
Resolution, trained mediator – all issues – financial and children
Resolution, trained collaborative lawyer
BPP (London) Professional Skills Course
BPP (London), LPC
BPP (London), Graduate Diploma in Law
University of Cape Town, LLB University of Cape Town, BA Industrial and Organisational Psychology