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Devi Zimmer

Devi is an experienced solicitor and has been Head of our Family Law department since joining in 2012. Qualifying in 1999, she has previously working in numerous firms in London, Essex and Hertfordshire. Devi supports her clients with constructive and realistic advice in a pro-active and understanding way.

Devi is a highly regarded family law solicitor, holding an accredited specialist membership of the Resolution Foundation, as well as being a member of the Law Society Family Law Panel. In the past she has worked with the Citizens Advice Bureau, and is currently volunteering for the Rights of Women group, offering advice on domestic abuse and forced marriage matters.

Devi specialises in a range of fields of family law, including divorce and separation, financial settlements, child disputes, domestic violence, cohabitation agreements and disputes, pre-nuptials and civil partnerships.

In her spare time, Devi enjoying film and theatre, especially musicals, and is an avid supporter of Tottenham Hotspur.


“The service was quick and easy and the advice was very clear. Devi was friendly and offered good customer service. Farani Taylor are a law firm that goes over and beyond customer expectation to help resolve your query.”

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