A bit about me

My work is endlessly varied, because every client is different, but the common factor is that I aim to help them all to move on from the difficulties they are experiencing and create a better future.

Whether I am advising them on divorce, their children’s care and custody or their finances, my advice is clear and practical – I want a fair outcome for them and I will fight for it, as well as supporting them through tough times.

Outside work I love running, skiing and being outside.

Want to know more?

Speak to us openly and honestly – this means we can provide you with the best and most cost effective advice.

Stay calm – divorce is a tough process and emotions can run high, but having a calm approach will help you to reach a resolution more quickly.

Always ask – it is our job to help and support you and to achieve a solution that you are happy with, so if you have any questions let us know.

How long will it take?

It depends on the case, but as a general rule, a straightforward divorce will usually take a minimum of four to six months to resolve. If it’s highly contentious and has to progress to a final hearing, the average is six months to a year.

How much will it cost?

This varies, as the cost for financial and children matters will depend on how complex the case is. We will provide you with a costs estimate, and endeavour to conduct your case as cost effectively as possible.

Will I have to go to court?

I always try to resolve matters through negotiation; however, if it is not possible to do so and court proceedings need to be issued, I will make sure you are fully advised on the court process, costs and potential outcomes.

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