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Akash Soni
Owner of Breakthrough Family Law (Solicitor & Mediator)
Akash is an experienced Family Law Solicitor and Mediator specialising in protecting the interests and rights of men during divorce, children matters and other family law proceedings. Akash specialises in all areas of family law and mediation, tailoring his advice to the needs of men in financial remedy matters and arrangements for children. Akash has a reputation for finding practical, cost-effective solutions to clients’ problems in general. While Akash is well known for his track record of robustly defending and upholding the rights of men in divorce and children matters, his remaining legal team at Breakthrough Family Law continue to successfully represent both men and women. Since qualifying from top 50 law firm Eversheds in 2000, Akash has worked as a consultant to specialist healthcare law firm RadcliffesLeBrasseur and acquired Breakthrough Family Law in 2015. Akash comes from a commercial background, having built several successful businesses, including but not limited to neurological rehabilitation in the care sector, garment manufacturing in the  apparel / uniform industry and pharmaceutical distribution in the field of allergy, dermatology, biotech and life sciences . Akash combines all this commercial experience with his legal work enabling him to cut through longwinded legal arguments to find constructive answers and pragmatic solutions to complex issues. Akash is fantastic at handling issues that commonly impact men during divorce proceedings and is often praised and admired for his achievements for his male clients. Akash brings empathy and understanding to his role as a family lawyer, helping clients ensure that relationships with their children are maintained at a difficult time and working efficiently to deal with related issues such as financial matters. As a lawyer and mediator, as well as a successful businessman, Akash has a reputation for finding effective long-term solutions for his clients. He excels at negotiating with difficult opposition and pushing constantly to achieve exceptional results for his clients. In addition, Akash has extensive experience in dealing with complicated care cases and has a track record of successfully representing Registered Providers who are facing regulatory action from either the Care Quality Commission or Health & Safety Executive. Akash is a dedicated father to his two teenage children and in his spare time enjoys playing golf and organises charity golf days for Cancer Research UK.

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