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Iram Khan

Solicitor - Family Law

Iram joined F Barnes in October 2023 having qualified as a solicitor in 2022. Iram is a solicitor in the family department.  

Iram graduated from University of East London in 2013 and completed her LPC at The University of Law, Bloomsbury in 2015. 

As soon as Iram had qualified, she knew that she wanted to specialise in Family Law. 

Iram has had experience in family law since completing her LPC in 2015. Iram began her legal working career as a caseworker for a local firm of solicitors. In 2018 Iram began her training contract and gained valuable experience with family matters such as divorce, finance, child custody cases and non-molestation actions. 

Iram has acted for clients in private children proceedings; making child arrangement order applications, residence order applications, specific issue applications and prohibited steps applications.  

Iram has also dealt with financial cases. She believes in negotiating, reaching agreements and settling her cases, where possible outside of court.  

Iram feels that her approach has brought about successful outcomes for her clients. She has also made relevant financial applications where alternative forms of dispute resolution have not worked or in situations where they would not be appropriate. Iram prepares her own cases in readiness of the hearings.  

Iram also has experience in divorce matters and domestic abuse cases.  Iram is very friendly, approachable and understands the difficulties her clients are in and so her aim is to achieve the best for her clients.  


In her spare time she enjoys travelling and spending quality time with her family and friends. 

 
Iram is based in the Romford branch under the supervision of Tiina Juhanson the Head of Family Department. 

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Specialises In:

  • Family 

  • Divorce

  • Private Children Disputes 

  • Children Law 

  • Child Arrangement Orders 

  • Prohibited Steps Order 

  • Specific Issues Order 

  • Domestic abuse 

  • Non Molestation and Occupation Orders