"Kathryn was extremely supportive and thoughtful throughout this difficult experience. She provided creative solutions and was mindful for my circumstances. Her advice was excellent"
Kathryn is experienced in the financial and children issues that arise from relationship breakdown. She has also been involved in asset-preservation steps (i.e. the drafting of pre-nuptial agreements and obtaining freezing orders to protect the dissipation of assets). She also has also been involved in many international cases requiring a consideration of competing legal systems, and in cases involving injunctions under the Family Law Act 1996 (non-molestation orders/occupation orders).
As well as having been involved in many difficult court proceedings, Kathryn is also a proponent of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) encouraging her clients to consider ways to resolve their disputes outside of court proceedings through the various alternative routes of arbitration and mediation. Kathryn is a committed family lawyer helping clients to resolve their issues in a civilised and amicable way where possible.
Kathryn graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in History, later studying law at the University of London then BPP Law School, obtaining a distinction in her Legal Practice Course.