Kate Rayner

Managing Partner, Tunbridge Wells


‘Calm and professional’ (Legal 500), I listen to my clients’ objectives and ensure that they benefit from clear advice and guidance to help achieve a practical solution that avoids court litigation and helps them to move on. I specialise in medium to high net worth financial cases, frequently involving private family businesses and trust structures.

Areas of Expertise
  • Child Maintenance
  • Children Disputes
  • Children Issues
  • Collaboration
  • Freezing Injunctions
  • Grandparents' Rights
  • Resolution Accredited
  • Resolution Member
  • Separation Agreements
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Specialisms

She has spent many years dealing with all aspects of family law and, in particular, financial disputes covering a wide spectrum of assets. These can range from the modest to those involving complex family businesses. This has given her a wealth of experience in dealing with cases in a constructive and cost-effective manner.

Kate has been instructed by many high net worth individuals with assets in excess of £5 million. She specialises in medium to high net worth financial cases involving private family businesses and trust structures.

Kate is a specialist in advanced financial provision and private children law. In addition, Kate is a trained collaborative lawyer and mediator.

Kate also regularly acts for parents in private law children cases.

Training & employment experience

Kate graduated from Reading University with a degree in English. Shortly afterwards she found herself working at a local firm of solicitors. Deciding to retrain, Kate studied at Chester College of Law and qualified in 1997. By 2002, she became a partner.

Approach

Kate seeks to achieve a practical solution for many of her clients which enables them to move on with their lives and avoid the acrimony and high legal costs associated with Court litigation.

Legal 500/Chambers

Kate is recognised in the Legal 500 as being “calm and professional”.

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Posts by Kate Rayner
Divorce|Family Law December 23rd 2016

The pitfalls of a verbal agreement on divorce by Kate Rayner

Specialisms She has spent many years dealing with all aspects of family law and, in particular, financial disputes covering a ...

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