Before becoming a barrister, I served as an Army Officer and an Operations Officer with the United Nations. These roles provided me with valuable experience in negotiating and mediating in high-profile, high-pressure environments.
I regularly advise and represent clients in financial matters under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 and Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989 as well as trusts of land cases, pre-nuptial agreements and other co-habitation disputes. I have recently acted on a number of high value cases, involving material non-disclosure (when an individual attempts to hide their assets during a divorce) and assets held abroad.
I also have considerable experience of private children cases, including those involving difficult or demanding clients and/or litigants-in-person, complex fact-finding hearings, the appointment of guardians, leave to remove (where a parent or main carer of a child or children asks for the court’s permission to leave with the children to live abroad on a permanent basis), and risk of abduction (both within and outside of the jurisdiction).
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