Last updated on December 29th, 2020 at 08:47 pm
After undertaking a degree in law and criminology (BA Hons) and her LPC at the University of Sheffield, during which time she also worked as a clerk at a criminal law practice, Bradie started her legal career working as a paralegal in the field of crime in 2006. However, during her legal training contract, she also carried out family law work and, finding it interesting, took up a dual role as a police station representative and family lawyer in 2010. Bradie has specialised solely in family law now for a number of years.
With significant experience in family law, Bradie deals with the whole spectrum of legal issues that affect families, including divorce, separation, finances, injunctions and children matters. Bradie is also able to advise on pre and post-nuptial agreements, separation agreements and cohabitation agreements. Having worked throughout South Yorkshire during her career, her empathy and dedication to her work have led to a loyal following of clients.
Bradie has particular expertise in dealing with the specific issues that arise during complex and high net worth divorce, including business issues, pensions and international considerations.
Bradie is recommended in the Legal 500 2021 in which one client said:
“Bradie Pell stands out for her attention to detail and encyclopaedic knowledge of her cases. Bradie is different from her competitors as she is incredibly down to earth and accordingly expends more energy than most others in establishing a strong rapport with her clients. Qualities valued include her speed and diligence.”
She is a member of Resolution and, confident and experienced in standing up in court, carries out most of her own advocacy. Bradie is also on the Family Law Panel, which works exclusively with Resolution members. She is also highly rated on the independent website, VouchedFor.
Bradie is a member of our private wealth team.
Some of Bradie’s clients have said:
“You have been and continue to be fantastic at your work. I wouldn’t choose anyone else to represent and help me at such a difficult time.”
“Thank you so much for your support and patience with me. You’ve made a difficult and painful experience more bearable.”
“Thanks for all your kindness and hard work.”