Anne has specialised in divorce and family law for over 20 years. She deals with complex cases including those involving companies, trusts and international properties. She takes instructions on pre and post nuptial and living together agreements. She has considerable experience dealing with disputes arising between unmarried couples including claims under Schedule 1 of the Children Act for financial provision and ToLATA.
She represents clients in complex children cases, including those with an international aspect, or involving social services and is experienced in dealing with emergency matters at short notice.
Anne is a member of Resolution and Collaborative Lawyer, and endeavours where possible to resolve financial disputes through negotiation. The Legal 500 has awarded Anne and her team a top tier ranking and listed her as a Leading Individual in the field of Family Law. She has been involved with well-known local charities and was chair of Bracknell Youthline for several years and is a trustee of her local Citizens Advice. Anne qualified as a solicitor in 1995. She has a degree in Law and Sociology from Keele University and went on to do the Law Society Finals at Wolverhampton Polytechnic.
"Clifton Ingram has a “solid and highly capable family team with a supportive, no fuss, can-do, approach. Highly respected within their region, by lawyers and the judiciary”. “Kate Grant and Anne Deller run an emotionally intuitive team that knows when to fight and when to settle”. Legal 500 - 2022
"Anne Deller is a highly experienced practitioner who combines acute legal acumen with a dash of solid common sense. Anne has a great ability to focus on the wider outcomes for families going through painful separations. She is empathetic but also determined". Legal 500 - 2021
"Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors has a strong reputation for handling all matters relating to family law, ranging from pre-nuptial and co-habitation agreements, complex divorce with cross-border elements to cases involving children, including child abduction and abuse claims. Anne Deller has experience dealing with disputes arising between unmarried couples including claims under Schedule 1 of the Children Act for financial provision". Legal 500 - 2020
"Extremely good' Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors' ‘highly competent and dedicated team’ is ‘an excellent choice for those who want realistic advice without paying the earth’. Anne Deller ‘wonderful to work with’; ‘always approachable and incredible level of knowledge’ jointly heads the team. Deller deals with complex cases involving companies, trusts and international properties and represents clients in complex children cases". Legal 500 - 2018/19
“The ‘modern and forward-thinking’ team at Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors delivers ‘an impressive standard of professionalism across the board’. Under the leadership of ‘formidable litigator’ Anne Deller and Kate Grant the practice ‘punches above its weight’ in Children Act cases, international child abduction disputes, pension sharing orders, financial remedy and other matters”. Legal 500 - 2017
“Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors is ‘a sound family practice with particular strength in financial work’. Key figures include ‘formidable litigator’ Anne Deller, who heads the group in Wokingham, and Reading-based Kate Grant, who provides ‘effective and knowledgeable advice’”. Legal 500 – 2016
“Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors’ Anne Deller and Kate Grant head the team in Wokingham, Reading and Farnham respectively”. Legal 500 – 2015
“Clifton Ingram LLP is ‘one of the best firms for matrimonial finance in the Thames Valley’. Team head Anne Deller is ‘a tough negotiator, always with an eye to a sensible and pragmatic solution’. Legal 500 – 2014
“Clifton Ingram LLP’s sizeable team regularly acts for high-net-worth individuals, with support from Anne Deller and Kate Grant”. Legal 500 – 2013
*Anne’s Reported Legal Cases:
Q v Q  EWHC 402 (Fam)
*Legal cases are sometimes published in law reports if they set a precedent or are considered significant in law.
Anne is a Family & Divorce solicitor based in Clifton Ingram’s Wokingham office.