Miln MacLeod Solicitors is the practice name of Rory Miln.
After a classics degree from Cambridge University, I was a teacher for several years before switching to the Law. After two years at the College of Law in Chester, I moved to Exeter where I trained in articles for two years with Stones. On qualifying as a solicitor in 1992, I moved to Crosse & Crosse and then co-founded Miln MacLeod in 2000.
Since qualifying as a solicitor, I have practised exclusively in the area of separation and divorce. I have had several articles published in the specialist journal Family Law.
I am married with four children and twelve grandchildren. I spend much of my spare time tending a large hillside garden which is home to my wife’s collection of old roses.
I am experienced in divorce and separation work and have the knowledge to explain the relevant law and how it is likely to affect your case. I will give you advice that is designed to obtain the best possible outcome for you. If I think that you are being too ambitious in what you are trying to achieve, I will tell you. If I think you are settling for too little, I will tell you that as well. However, the final decision on how your case is run is always yours.
Managing the stress
I am aware of the stress which separation causes and I will do my best to resolve matters quickly and efficiently in your best interests without increasing this stress. I am a member of Resolution (formerly the Solicitors’ Family Law Association) and I work in accordance with Resolution’s Code of Practice.
Get straight through on the telephone
When you call the office, it will normally be me who picks up the phone. If I am not available, leave a voice message and I will get back to you as soon as I can.