Ola joined National Legal Solicitors in 2018 shortly after qualifying as a solicitor having trained with a Legal 500 firm in London. He is now one of the Supervising Solicitors in our family department.
Ola completed both his Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at London Metropolitan University in London. He is an accredited member of the Law Society Family Law panel and supervises a team of lawyers in our family department.
He deals with a wide range of family law issues which includes contentious and non-contentious matters, divorce, matrimonial financial disputes and private children Act cases, domestic abuse and Public law proceedings. Ola regularly attends court appearing before Lay Justices, District Judges and Circuit Judges on behalf of his clients particularly in relation to Children Act cases and domestic abuse proceedings.
Ola is passionate about dealing with clients’ cases as amicably as possible. He provides a flexible service, offer clients sound legal advice on a practical basis, and work to nothing but the highest standard. He makes a point of getting a good understanding of his client and their individual vulnerabilities, concerns, needs and wishes. Ola view clients as the most important focus of his work and seek to ensure that they are fully engaged in the work that he undertakes on their behalf.
Outside of work, Ola enjoys travelling and devote time to supporting his favourite football team. He also volunteer in his local community to support vulnerable children with extra-curricular teaching.
Practice area & years of experience
Qualfied in July 2018
Education & Professional Memberships
Graduate Diploma in Law
Legal Practice Course
Law Society Family Panel Member
Previously accredited as a Law Society Senior Immigration Caseworker (2015-2020)
What were you doing and where at before you arrived at National Legal Service
Prior to joining the National Legal Service, Ola worked and trained as a Solicitor at Legal 500 firm specialising in immigration, public law and private children matters.