Introducing the Feltons Solicitors team.

Meet the team at Feltons Solicitors. We pride ourselves on our high levels of professionalism and dedication to our client’s needs.

 

Paula Felton M.B.A, LL.B (Hons), Principal - Owner of Feltons

Paula Felton M.B.A, LL.B (Hons), Principal - Owner of Feltons

Paula launched Feltons to offer her clients a standard of excellence in the provision of legal services. Paula has over 10 years experiences as a Private Client specialist and provides bespoke advice to help you organise, manage and safeguard your own and your family’s interests, including advice on:
  • Wills  and estate planning, including planning for non domiciled and non resident clients.
  • Trusts, including advice on Trustees duties and breach of trust.
  • Advice on the best form of structure for the acquisition of property by non domiciled non resident clients and the formation of that structure.
  • Probate, including estates with an international element.
  • Powers of attorney, including advice on Enduring, Lasting and Ordinary Powers of Attorney.
  • Court of Protection applications.
  • Elderly care issues including advice on local authority fees.
  • Contentious trust and probate matters.
  • Commerical and domestic property matters.
Outside interests: art, theatre, music, travelling, riding motorcycles and her West Highland Terriers. Paula also works to support Stop The Traffik, Circle Sports, The Royal Historic Palaces and runs for different charities. If you are interested in joining Paula’s team please email her on info@feltonssolicitors.co.ukPaula is currently looking for consultant solicitors from a variety of expert areas.
Austin Chessell

Austin Chessell

Austin Chessell is a consultant Family Solicitor and Family Mediator at Feltons Solicitors. He has been working in the field of Family Law since 2005. Austin aims to find the right divorce option for the client and for the divorce to be done in a dignified way to ensure that the family is kept intact. Austin acts for middle to high net worth clients and increasingly more of his cases have an international element. He deals with children, financial and divorce matters. Austin trained as a Family Mediator in 2009 and formed FAMIA in 2010 with Massy Ellesmere. He is also trained to mediate with children where appropriate so that their wishes and feelings can be informed to the parents. Austin can also provide Mediation Information Assessment Meetings (MIAMs) to mediation clients and is authorised to provide FM1 forms. He is committed to resolving matters out of court and trained as a Collaborative Lawyer in 2013 with Resolution. Austin is a member of the Collaborative Pod Essex Family Solutions and works closely with counsellors, therapists, mediators and independent financial advisors as part of the divorce process. Austin provides a choice of all the divorce options:- Family Mediation, Collaborative Law and Court. If you have resolved a matter on your own (DIY discussions) Austin can provide advice on what you have decided. If you want to have your matter decided by Arbitration Austin can suggest to you one of his known and trusted Arbitration colleagues. Austin does litigate when necessary but most of his cases settle out of court or reach an agreement before a final hearing. Austin is very client focussed. Recent testimonials from his clients: Testimonial from a children contact matter: ‘’I found Austin to be very friendly, tactful, flexible, and obviously an expert in his field of family law, with what seemed to be much experience. He clearly cares about what he does, about the welfare of children, and cared about the outcome of my case, showing genuine concern. He is a great communicator, is reliable, and exceptionally prompt in his responses to any inquiries. I have worked with several family law solicitors, and met and spoken with more, but I would without hesitation choose to work with Austin again’’.   Testimonial from another children contact matter: ‘’I just wanted to say a huge thank you for your support and sensitivity in dealing with my case. I am pleased to say that the last court review went well and that Judge was very impressed that we were able to agree on a structured co-parenting schedule. Thank you again for everything.’’ Austin is a regular writer for Solicitors Journal for fellow professionals. He was a Trustee for the charity Families Need Fathers (FNF) from 2011 – 2014. Austin provides Family Law and Family Mediation Information at legal clinics for FNF in London and at the RCJ advice bureau in Holborn. Austin has formed a children contact centre in the past. He has been a volunteer for supported contact and was a sessional worker for supervised cases from 2005 – 2013. He is very empathetic to the issues surrounding a family separation for the children and the parents. Austin has formed a thriving London Family Mediation Group in 2011 for Family Mediators which meets four times a year in Central London. New members are welcome. He is a member of Resolution, The Family Mediators Association and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Aneesa Dulloo

Aneesa Dulloo

Prior to qualifying as a Solicitor, she completed a degree in Pharmacology at Kings College London, completed her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, Bloomsbury London and worked as a Paralegal where she focused on Immigration Law.   She has over four years of experience working in the field of UK Immigration Law, which included applications for Settlement, Nationality, Entry Clearance, EU free movement rights, Asylum, Human Rights claims and Points-based System applications. Her experience also extends to preparing appeals to be heard in the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal, claims for Judicial Review, appeals to the Court of Appeal and European Court of Human Rights.