Andaleeb manages a broad range of matrimonial and children work, including issues relating to divorce, financial settlement, cohabitation and the arrangements for children.
Andaleeb read Law at SOAS, University of London and trained at a Legal 500 firm before qualifying as a solicitor in 2010.
Andaleeb joined Garside & Hoy in 2015 and continues to develop her expertise in family law with a special focus in divorce, financial and children matters.
Andaleeb has a methodical, empathetic and practical approach to cases to ensure the best solution can be reached for her clients. Andaleeb is adept at dealing with cases constructively and takes robust action when needed to protect her client’s interests.
Andaleeb is a member of Resolution and believes in constructive, cost effective and sensitive negotiations. Andaleeb conducts her cases in adherence to the Resolution Code of Practice which encourages a non-confrontational and positive approach.
Law Society of England and Wales
Member of Resolution
Resolution Accredited Specialist in Complex Financial Remedy and Children Law
Accredited Member of the Law
Society Family Law Panel
Law Degree LLB (Hons)
How I work
“I take the time to really understand my client’s needs, focusing on their objectives and taking a pragmatic approach to achieve the best results. Given the sensitivity of the issues in dispute, it is always satisfying to support my clients through the whole process.”
Successfully argued following a contested fact finding hearing that historic allegations against a client cannot outweigh the current nature of their relationship with the child when looking at the progression of contact.
Negotiated on behalf of a client in respect of the separation of financial assets on divorce and successfully agreed a consent order to settle the matter without the need to proceed with a costly and contested final hearing.
Advised on guardianship options where the children could no longer be cared for by their parents and successfully acted to secure their placement with family members under a Special Guardianship Order, rather than being placed outside the family, with on going financial assistance and support from social services.