Daniel practices all aspects of family law.
He has extensive experience in dealing with complex financial matters arising from divorce or the dissolution of a civil partnership with a particular emphasis on matters involving business assets and assets abroad. He has also undertaken numerous cases dealing with farming matters.
Daniel has also represented high profile and high net worth individuals.
He has a wealth of experience in dealing with complex matters concerning the arrangements for children with an international element. He regularly conducts cases involving the application of the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Child Abduction and permission to remove children from the jurisdiction of England and Wales. As a result, Daniel has regularly appeared in the High Court.
Daniel routinely deals with matters relating to the arrangements for children as well as specific issues such as health and education matters and private adoption. In addition, he has developed a practice in representing grandparents in matters concerning children.
He has recently secured a successful outcome for adoptive parents of a young child in the Court of Appeal (February 2017).
Training & employment experience
Daniel was educated at Liverpool John Moores University.
Daniel was previously a Partner at a specialist family law practice in North Wales and a head of Department at regional Legal 500 firm.
His approach is always to put the client, their interests and objectives, first and foremost, by being empathetic, practical and realistic.