Mandeep's bio

Mandeep graduated with a Law degree from Southampton University followed by the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, Guildford. She qualified as a solicitor in April 2000.

Mandeep specialises in matrimonial and family work. She joined Grant Saw in April 2008 and before that practised for several years with a firm in Kent.

She also qualified as a collaborative lawyer in October 2007 and she is fluent in Punjabi.



“Would just like to extend my thanks for your help with this matter, particularly given the difficulties posed by the other party. I really appreciate you always making yourself available when necessary and the prompt responses.”

Mr P D

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you from the bottom of my heart, for dealing so efficiently with this case.

It has been a great pleasure to work with you. We will be highly recommending your work to anyone seeking legal services." 

Mr S H

"I would like to extend my gratitude to you for acting on my behalf, you have been impeccable!"

D Johnson

“Please pass along my appreciation to Mandeep for handling and resolving this matter so swiftly and efficiently.  I am very grateful for her assistance….  I am surprised yet delighted the process has been so quick and painless! “

Ms L.L

“Further to our short telephone conversation, I would like to say that the service I received from yourself & Grant Saw was excellent, and in a short time I was able to see my son again, and secure a Wednesday evening phone call.

I thought you were a calming influence on me, however very firm with xxxxx  when needed.”

Kind regards

Mr P 


"I really appreciate your help with the decree absolute, I thought you were a great professional and I admire you for that."

Ms E M

"Really appreciate all your help and sound advice. And your tact and sensitivity"

Mrs C.M






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Articles by Mandeep Clair

  • 31 Jul

    When can you let your kids fend for themselves?

    Should you leave your kids on their own while you go and get the weekly groceries? Family law solicitor Mandeep Clair explains when care agencies advise that kids are capable of looking after themselves.
  • 10 Apr

    Change in divorce law looks set to stop the blame game

    News from the MoJ is that the divorce process is set to be changed to allow for no-fault divorce, following public consultation. The legislation will be put before parliament but in the meantime couples should recognise that even with the potential change in the
  • 31 Oct

    Safe Buying Online

    You’ve got less than eight weeks to get all your Christmas presents sorted.

    Now that we’ve got your attention, it’s time to go through some timely advice about safe shopping online. How do you keep your credit card details secure? Do you have a ‘cooling

  • 14 Sep

    When the end of summer spells the end of marriage

    When marriages break down it is important to focus on what matters, keeping calm in dealing with financial and custody issues, but also making sure to reflect the changes in other aspects of your life, such as updating your will.
  • 04 Jun

    Your rights as a step-parent after a divorce

    If you’re a recently divorced step-parent and are wondering what rights you have in regard to seeing your step-children, there’s a number of things you need to know. Here, we take a look at what happens after a divorce, what measures a step-parent can take in