I deal with all aspects of family law with a specialism in matrimonial finance and private law children cases, including international relocation. I support clients with my compassionate and supportive nature but tackle court litigation, if required, with a robust and strong approach. Camilla works out of our Altrincham, Chester and Warrington offices
Camilla advises upon all aspects of family law, including divorce, civil partnerships, matrimonial finance and private law children cases. Her experience is predominantly in dealing with medium to high net value matrimonial cases and complex children with cases, including those with an international element. Camilla also advises upon cohabitation disputes and domestic-abuse.
Camilla is a confident advocate and when appropriate will conduct her own advocacy, both in financial and children matters.
Camilla is actively involved in the local professional community, and is currently Secretary for Trafford Law Society, as well as being a member of the Young Resolution Manchester committee.
Training & employment experience
Prior to qualifying as a solicitor in 2012, Camilla graduated from Bretton Hall, Leeds achieving a BA Hons Acting degree. In 2008 Camilla attended the College of Law in Chester completing both the Graduate Diploma in Law course (GDL) and the Legal Practice Course (LPC) achieving a distinction.
My expertise in advising on complex financial remedies and private children law is recognised by Resolution’s specialist accreditation scheme.
Camilla’s approach is focused, cost-effective and constructive. This is reflective of Camilla’s great empathy, and her determination to provide practical and realistic advice to achieve the best outcome for her clients.
Outside of work
Camilla enjoys spending time with her family and friends often with a G n T in hand! Aside from enjoying shopping and travelling Camilla is also a keen runner and likes to keep fit and active.
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