Rashpinder was admitted to the High Court Bar in August 2000 and admitted as a Solicitor of England and Wales in July 2005. Prior to joining Ardens Law, he was head of the Family and Immigration department at a prestigious East London firm.

Rashpinder specialises in family, matrimonial, ancillary relief, immigration, and private criminal law.

He has particular experience in assisting and advising clients in solving ancillary relief (financial settlement between spouses) and disputes involving children in an amicable way which helps to reduce the costs and any associated mental stress for his clients.

He also handles Immigration matters, including entry clearance applications or appeals, domestic worker visas and extensions, Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 4 categories.

Before qualifying as a Solicitor of England and Wales, Rashpinder had substantial experience as a High Court Advocate in family, criminal, employment and civil litigation matters.

Most of Rashpinder’s work is as a result of referrals or repeat business from satisfied clients.

Rashpinder is a Grade A solicitor, please see our Legal Team table here for an explanation of this fee pricing.

Case successes:

  • International child contact:  Successfully applied to the Royal Courts of Justice for a staying order, involving a father who lives in the Middle East and a mother and her child who live in the UK.
  • Financial relief matters: Successfully represented both wives and husbands in high-net-worth disputes arising out of divorce, resulting in good settlements being secured for our clients.
  • Consumer Act – faulty vehicle: Acted for a client in challenging a major car dealership following the supply of a faulty car. A successful out-of-court settlement resulted in our client receiving a full refund for the cost of the vehicle together with reimbursement of legal costs by the dealership.
  • Insurance Claim: Represented a client when a high-value rental car was stolen, while his own vehicle was being repaired following an accident. The rental car company claimed our client was responsible for reimbursing them for the stolen vehicle. We successfully argued that the rental company had not provided the correct due diligence information and the claim against our client was withdrawn.