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"I was recommended to Tina by a solicitor friend of mine. I was told she was the best and that was borne out by the advice and service I received.

Many thanks Tina for your advice, it saved a lot of time and heartache. I have recommended you to others and still do."

Tina Coward - Family Law

Tina Coward

Head of Family Law
dd: 01722 820933
e: tina.coward@sampsoncoward.co.uk

Professional Qualifications and Background

Tina is a Partner at Sampson Coward and Head of the Family Department.
 
Tina studied for a Law and French joint honours degree at Keele University and went on to take her Solicitors Finals at Chester Law College. She qualified in 1986 after training with a West Country law firm. Thereafter she worked for a large firm in Berkshire before becoming a Partner in a firm in Salisbury in 1992. In 2005 she and her husband joined forces with Richard Sampson to form Sampson Coward LLP.
 
Tina is a member of Resolution, and is on the Law Society Family Panel as well as a qualified Collaborative Lawyer. She is also a member of Salisbury Chamber of Commerce and has sat previously on the Domestic Violence Forum, on the committee to Salisbury and District Family Mediation and as company secretary on the board of directors of a local homeless charity.
 
Experience
 
Having practiced in the Salisbury area for over twenty years, the vast majority of Tina’s work comes through personal recommendations from previous satisfied clients as well as barristers and other professionals. She has considerable experience of dealing with high net worth cases as well as those cases involving more limited assets. Tina deals with complicated financial issues involving businesses and assets abroad, e.g. freezing injunctions, as well as having extensive experience dealing with armed forces divorces and pre- nuptial and post nuptial agreements.  Tina also deals with a wide variety of children cases involving where the child will live, how often the child will see the other parent, specific issues, prohibited steps and parental responsibility issues.