Jennifer has specialised exclusively in family law cases and has experience in relationship planning and separation advice, such as nuptial agreements and providing advice in relation to entering into a cohabiting relationship. She has also advised clients at the end of a cohabiting relationship and has advised in relation to ownership disputes including applications under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act.
Jennifer has a wealth of experience advising clients in relation to divorce and dissolution proceedings, including nullity cases. She is adept at dealing with financial issues arising upon separation and achieves positive outcomes for clients both outside of the Court forum and as part of financial proceedings.
Jennifer has also successfully represented clients in respect of private children proceedings, obtaining emergency orders for the return of children and achieving child arrangement orders providing for whom the children should live with and with whom they should spent time and orders relating to specific issues such as changing a child’s name.
Education & Training
Jennifer completed the Legal Practice Course at The College of Law, York, achieving a Distinction after graduating from Sheffield Hallam University with a 2:1 LLB (Hons).
She has the ability to understand and prioritise her client’s needs and provides practical advice which is delivered in a friendly yet robust manner.