As a Family Lawyer, Warren has extensive experience in assisting clients with divorce, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, separation advice, cohabitation and relationship breakdowns, property ownership disputes plus disagreements regarding children and their welfare. Warren is highly approachable and adopts a sensitive, practical and creative approach to his work and aims to find a solution that is tailored to a client’s individual needs.

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Email:  warren@growerfreeman.co.uk


As a Family Lawyer, Warren has extensive experience in assisting clients with all aspects of contentious and non-contentious family law matters.  His work includes divorce and the subsequent division of assets, pre-nuptial agreements and post-nuptial agreements, separation advice, cohabitation and relationship breakdowns, property ownership disputes plus disagreements regarding children and their welfare.  Warren is highly approachable and adopts a sensitive, practical yet tenacious approach to his work and aims to find a solution that is tailored to a client’s individual needs.

Warren qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and joined Grower Freeman in March 2019, having previously been Head of Family at Seth Lovis & Co.

Having built up a strong client base over the years, Warren specialises in complex high net worth financial remedy claims and has acted for FTSE 100 company directors, bankers, lawyers, celebrities and entrepreneurs both here and abroad.

Warren is included in the Citywealth Leaders List for 2018 which brings together the leading individuals in the private wealth and private client advisory sectors. His inclusion means his family law expertise has been recognised by his peers.

Memberships & Associations

Out of the office, Warren is a keen sports enthusiast although mostly from the confines of the sofa these days.  His interests include badminton, swimming (ex-English Schools champion and county competitor) and cricket.

Warren Nichols’ areas of expertise and recent cases (please click for more information):

  • relationship breakdowns (including divorce, civil partnership dissolution and unmarried couples),
  • matrimonial finance claims, provision for children (whether related to contact, residence, parental responsibility or maintenance),
  • pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements,
  • cohabitation disputes, trusts of land and injunctions (including non-molestation and occupation orders as well as freezing applications).