I am a specialist Family Law Solicitor, and I have experience in a broad range of family issues. These include divorce, financial issues following a relationship breakdown, disputes relating to children, international jurisdictional disputes and pre-nuptial agreements.
I have experience and a particular interest in cases with an international element. I’ve assisted on complex cases involving jurisdictional disputes with many countries including Egypt, the Middle East and Kenya.
I have experience in representing clients with high value assets and complex business structures, as well as in advising individuals with more modest assets. I regularly assist Jenna Lucas and Deborah Levy in complex cases. I’ve also had success in resolving disputes over the validity of a marriage and the most appropriate jurisdiction to hear divorce proceedings.
I strive to provide clear, jargon free legal advice from the start which enables my clients to make informed decisions. My advice is outcome focused and, wherever possible, I’ll try to settle cases in the most cost effective way for my clients.
I have a broad range of experience in children law matters. I have assisted on international child abduction cases and issues surrounding the publicity of private children law proceedings in the press. I’ve represented clients on cases concerning the relocation of children both within England and Wales and abroad, allegations of serious harm, implacable hostility and parental alienation. I also provide guidance and advice to parents on how to achieve a healthy co-parenting relationship for the benefit of their children after separation.
I work with individuals and families to achieve the best possible outcomes in difficult and challenging circumstances. I build strong relationships with my clients whilst working with them to understand their needs and provide them with tailored advice. My advice is constructive and realistic with a focus on the client’s objectives and desired outcome.
I’m an active member of Young Resolution and am passionate about mentoring the future generations of lawyers and law students.
A brief overview of the issue relating to the recognition of Talaq and Get in the UK – Family Law Journal
Cohabitation law: A United Kingdom only in name – Family Law Journal