Meet the Net Solicitors team.
Principal Solicitor & Managing Director
Having completed her legal training with a top 500 regional firm in Kent, Bola qualified as a solicitor in 1994 . She then worked for a Local Authority, before becoming a partner in a firm in London. In 2006 Net Solicitors was launched as an internet-based practice.
Bola previously specialised in complex employment law and psychiatric industrial injury claims, successfully winning and settling cases including high value claims against large national and international companies . Bola has taken cases to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, she now deals with practice management and compliance.
Sarah has worked in the legal industry for many years and qualified as a Solicitor in 2017, specialising in Commercial Property. She has worked in the Legal Department of a large, well-known Housing Association where she provided advice, support and guidance on the Association’s vast property portfolio which included resolving boundary enquiries and granting licences. Sarah worked as a Solicitor for a start-up legal practice dealing with a wide range of matters from Civil Litigation and Property to Private Client and Commercial/Corporate.
Sarah has a long-standing relationship with Net Solicitors and has led the firm’s Free Wills Month campaigns drafting multiple wills with legacies to charities. She is also well-versed in Trusts and LPAs.
Jumoke was called to the Bar in 1999, she has represented clients in complex divorce matters and has extensive experience dealing with financial orders and often, consequentially, child arrangement orders. She is regularly instructed to undertake fact finding hearings in private proceedings where there are allegations of sexual or domestic abuse. Being highly experienced in multi-jurisdictional divorce work and cases involving special guardianships, she regularly appears in both the County Court and High Court . Jumoke has achieved great results, with high-value settlements involving millions of pounds in property and financial settlements; having a pragmatic approach to these matters has resulted in great results for her clients.
M v M 2020: This was a high value, multi-jurisdictional case, involving a complex pension sharing arrangements, international property, several hidden assets, inheritance, a second marriage with young children and the parties living between Singapore, Switzerland and UK.
H v H 2020: This case ran for 3 years and concluded in 2020, it involved 2 children with complex needs. The parties had a long marriage of over 30 years and were in dispute over company shares, dividends and hidden assets. A forensic accountant was instructed to investigate the company accounts and various offshore company books.