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Todd Killeen


Silks Team (Oldbury)
020 8299 6000


Todd joined GT Stewart in 2024 from a well-established and reputable high-street firm in Oldbury. He has been a qualified Solicitor since 2015 and has been working in Family Law since 2011 prior to qualifying.

He is an experienced Family Law Solicitor whose practice encompasses a wide variety of areas in Family Law.

Todd advises and represents clients in both Public and Private Law matters, as well as injunctions such as Non-Molestation and Prohibited Steps Orders. He also represents parents in pre-proceedings meetings with Local Authorities.

Todd advises and represents parents, other family members, interveners, and prospective special guardians.

As a member of the Law Society’s Children Panel is able to represent children via their appointed Guardians in both Public and Private Law matters.

He is also experienced in representing vulnerable clients, including representing vulnerable parties through the Official Solicitor in a variety of children matters.

Todd aims to approach matters with common sense, sensitivity, and understanding as he fully appreciates the Law can be daunting for lay persons. He tries to explain all aspects of a client’s case in everyday language, and in a friendly manner.

Education and Qualifications

  • LLB (Hons, LLM


  • Law Society’s Children Panel

Reported cases

Notable cases

  • Re: A – A complex matter representing a vulnerable mother, also a foreign national in Care Proceedings where the Family Court made orders to allow the child to be placed outside of the Jurisdiction in Europe.
  • Re: B – Representing a parent concluding in a multi-day final hearing involving a number of children which included a Finding of Fact Hearing to determine the perpetrator of the death of a child.
  • Re: C – Representing a vulnerable parent where both parents had significant learning difficulties. It was successfully argued for the children remain in their care following assessment.
  • Re: D – An emotionally difficult matter representing a parent with a terminal illness in Care Proceedings to determine with whom the child should live with as the parent was no longer able to care for their child.

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