I am delighted to have qualified as a Resolution Accredited Specialist in family law, with particular expertise in Complex Financial Remedies and Children Law.

This means that I am considered to be one of the leading experts in the field of family law, in particular in relation to finance and children matters, having been through an in-depth, independent and rigorous assessment of my knowledge, expertise and skills.

I have been a member of Resolution for almost 10 years and as a family lawyer, have signed up to a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to resolving family issues wherever possible.

Experiencing family problems, such as divorce or separation, can be one of the most difficult, stressful and emotional times of your life.  My approach and experience can help reduce the emotional and financial impact and focuses on finding a straight-forward, cost-effective and workable solution for you.

You may be embarking on a new relationship, moving in together for the first time, buying a house with the help of family, or about to get married – I can also advise in anticipation of any of these important life events.

I keep the needs of your family central to our discussions and work with you to find the best possible outcome for you and your family,  keeping the best interests of any children as our main focus.  I can give you practical, sensible advice with the necessary expertise and understanding of the often complex world of family law.

My involvement in Resolution benefits my day-to-day practice – as a member of the National Committee and as Chair of the National YRes Committee (representing members up to 10 years’ post-qualification) I am at the forefront of developments in the law and family justice system, and am constantly finding new ways to improve my practice.

For more information on how I can help you, please get in touch.

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