Caroline is a partner in the family team and specialises in divorce, complex financial remedy applications, issues relating to children and pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements.

Caroline is also a trained family mediator and collaborative lawyer and therefore can offer her clients a full range of dispute resolution services.

Caroline studied Law at university in London, graduating in 2000. She then took the Legal Practice Course at BPP, London.

Caroline trained at Peacock & Co and qualified as a solicitor in 2003. She has remained at the firm since.

  • Acting for a wife in a financial remedy application involving multimillion pound assets with an international element and issues surrounding lack of disclosure
  • Acting for a husband in the Royal Courts of Justice in a complex financial remedy application with an existing South African pre-nuptial agreement
  • Representing client in defending an emergency freezing injunction in respect of his financial spread accounts
  • Assisting various mediation clients to resolve financial issues and arrangements for spending time with children and schooling disputes

Caroline lives in south London. Caroline is kept busy with her four children but enjoys yoga and walking the dog when she has a spare moment.

“Our special thanks also to Caroline Mills for her exemplary support at the hearing itself, the outcome of which was the best we could have expected, not least when the other party only produced a written response at the last moment and used for the first time professional help. We found the help and legal support from Caroline invaluable and we are grateful to Caroline for both her skill and commitment.”

“I was very reassured both by your competence and your very friendly and personal attitude. At no time did I feel like being just “a case” and during the final hearing you kept being both very reassuring and very competent. I thank you so much for your kind support during that really horrible time for me.”

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