People | Sue Andrews

Sue Andrews | Partner

Practice Group Leader


Services: Family


Phone: 01753 279046


"She is one of the most committed people I have ever met working tirelessly, efficiently and effectively. Not only is her knowledge and professionalism outstanding but she is also approachable and above all, caring."

Legal 500 UK

Sue Andrews achieved her teenage dream of becoming a lawyer and now, with more than 30 years’ experience under her belt, leads the family team at B P Collins LLP. Passionate about putting families first, Sue was appointed a partner in 1990 and is highly-respected for her professional, yet friendly approach.

“Highly efficient, pays great attention to detail, and is understanding of my personal feelings” is just one of the tributes paid by clients in independent law bible Chambers UK, where Sue is named as a Leading Individual.

Another said: “We were thankful for her years of experience and strength of character. She remained calm and level-headed throughout, whilst at the same time being able to relate to the emotions we were experiencing.”

Sue has handled high profile divorces for a number of sports stars and celebrities, top business people and entrepreneurs and also advises clients with family businesses and multi-million pound assets at home and abroad.

Calling on her years of experience and extensive mediation training, Sue regularly provides advice on complex financial arrangements during divorce cases, children disputes and nuptial agreements. She is a member of Resolution, a professional organisation that is committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes.

Sue Andrews  The Legal 500 – The Clients Guide to Law Firms

Fashionista extraordinaire

Away from the office, Sue also has a passion for fashion and on her rare days off, loves nothing better than a trip to London’s latest fashion exhibitions and events.

Previous experience

Sue qualified in 1980 and joined B P Collins in 1988 from a major London law firm with a leading family department.


Sue read law at Aberystwyth University.



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