Kelsey obtained a 2:1 in her undergraduate law degree and spent four years thereafter working as a family paralegal in Liverpool based law firms, whilst simultaneously undertaking her masters in law and legal practice course.
Whilst working as a paralegal, she spent a lot of time volunteering for domestic abuse support services and providing pro bono advice at the Salvation Army and various men’s mental health charities.
Kelsey completed her training contract at a high street firm, undertaking seats in family law and in criminal law. Kelsey has also been a police station representative, so spent a lot of time representing clients in police stations following their arrest.
Kelsey joined Stowe’s Liverpool office in January 2024.
Kelsey has extensive experience in dealing with cases involving the arrangements for children, both private children law and public children law, and has more recently conducted cases which have been referred to the High Court due to their complexity and issues surrounding the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act.
Kelsey is particularly interested in complex children cases involving parental alienation, domestic abuse, coercive and controlling behaviour and financial abuse. She has obtained protective injunctions for victims of abuse and is also experienced in representing those who have had unfounded allegations made against them.
Kelsey’s approach is grounded in compassion, trust, and open and honest communication. Her first priority is to create a safe and empathetic space where clients can openly share their concerns. She is dedicated to providing cost-effective legal representation, working efficiently to minimise cost.
Kelsey is a strong advocate for reaching amicable resolutions, where possible, whilst also being prepared to vigorously protect her clients’ best interests.
Kelsey enjoy’s travelling, skiing, going out for dinner, and taking her dog Honey to the beach.
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