I completed my law Degree with the University of Ulster in Belfast before completing the Legal Practice Course (LPC) with the College of Law in Chester.
I then relocated to Liverpool shortly after completing the LPC where I have immersed myself in the local community ever since. I’m well known and respected among the Liverpool business community.
My background is in litigation but I completed my training as a solicitor with esteemed family Lawyer and Head of Practice Pauline Mc Namara. I then took the decision to specialise in Family Law and have since focused my attention on dealing with mid to high net worth financial cases, cases involving an international element and Children Act cases with a particular focus on Fathers access rights.
I often draw on my previous experience and have an ability to work across different areas of law in order to achieve the best possible outcome for my clients.
I have the ability to put clients at ease and to develop a rapport, whether they are individuals of high net worth, celebrities or vulnerable clients of modest means. I have a strong personality and exhibit qualities such as warmth, good humor, tact and discretion. These qualities are essential for assisting clients experiencing the stressful process of dealing with the emotional and financial consequences of the breakdown of a relationship.
I am very commercially aware and have a modern, media savvy approach to business and my cases. I am a vigilant and extremely proactive lawyer.
Over the years I have worked hard to build an exceptional network of the best and most qualified professionals that i feel confident referring my clients to, these include a select list of barristers, forensic accountants, mediators and child psychology professionals.
When not in work I enjoy travel, keeping fit by regularity attending the Gym and spending time socialising with friends.
- High net worth financial disputes
- Child-related issues
- Cohabitation disputes
- Prenuptial agreements
- Legal rights of grandparents
- Enforcment of orders
- Removal from juristication
- Cases with a foreign element