Not every marriage can be a happy one, and when things break down, I’ve got your back. I help people of all kinds, from professionals and housewives to TV celebrities, young or elderly, to make a real difference to their situation.
When going through a divorce, it’s important to understand what’s realistic, so I’ll always listen to what you want from the settlement and advise on what you’re likely to get out of it. I won’t take no for an answer if I think it’ll result in an unfair outcome, and hopefully, with my help, I’ll make a difficult personal crisis seem a little better.
Out of the office, you’ll find me down the stables with my two horses and Shetland pony. I also enjoy going to yoga classes and modern contemporary dance.
Listen to the advice you’re given. Sometimes, the best advice is the hardest to hear.
Don’t hold on to unrealistic positions – if it’s worth fighting for, I’ll let you know.
Trust your instincts, and don’t be afraid to base your decisions on them.
How much it will cost?
This depends on the process and nature of your dispute, but we take great care to estimate costs and work out a plan to make sure you’re in financial control of your case.
Will I get what I want?
I’ll give you clear advice on the strength and weaknesses of your case, but it’s up to you to decide whether you want to pursue a particular claim.
Do you know the other side?
With 30 years of experience, I’ve seen it all! Although each case is unique, I use my experience to understand what the other side of the table wants from the divorce, and use that to fight your corner and get you a fair outcome.
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