Kennedy Langley


Kennedy is a solicitor within the Firm’s family division and advises clients on a broad range of family matters.

She obtained her First Class Law degree from the University of Nottingham in 2019 where she won the John Hooper & Co award for academic excellence in Family Law. She went on to achieve a Distinction in her LPC LLM at the University of Law in Birmingham before joining the Firm as Trainee in 2020.

Areas of Expertise:

Kennedy advises clients on a full range of issues arising out of relationship breakdown including divorce, financial settlements and disputes concerning children. She has also advised on matters concerning contact arrangements for disabled, adult children.

She can also provide advice regarding Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements, Living Together Agreements and Separation Agreements. Kennedy also has experience in complex matters involving allegations of domestic abuse and supports clients in respect of domestic violence injunctions under the Family Law Act.

Each client is dealing with a unique set of circumstances and has different aims and objectives. Kennedy provides practical advice helping clients find the best solution in a proportionate and cost-effective way. While litigation is sometimes necessary, Kennedy recognises that it is often beneficial to both sides to reach a negotiated settlement through alternative routes and works to settle cases outside of court where possible.


“We are really grateful for all your help and want to take this opportunity to thank you for everything you have done for us. We are excited for the future ahead and I am so grateful I can finally see my children again.”

"I have been using mfg for a long time now. Highly recommend them. Always professional and upfront with advice and information."

“I just wanted to say a thank you for yesterday, both yourself & Rebecca made me feel so much at ease, don’t know why I was so nervous!” – Financial Remedy

“We would like to thank Kennedy and MFG for their valued assistance in arriving at this outcome.” – Dispute regarding Child Arrangements

“A huge thank you to you for your amazing drafting skills.” – Injunctive Proceedings