Alternative methods of contacting me during the Covid-19 situation: Like all my colleagues I am now working remotely. The good news is that you can contact me using various methods – use whatever you feel most comfortable with:
- Telephone – call my landline number shown above on this profile page (it will divert to my mobile); if I am engaged on another call, simply leave a message and I’ll return your call as soon as I can.
- Email – email me at my usual email address (shown here on this profile);
- Zoom – video call – if you would like a face to face video call I can let you have details of how to set this up very easily (and free of charge for you), using Zoom software (if you have not already got this on your mobile, iPad, laptop or PC, just send me an email to request this option);
- Royal Mail – post. We are still able to receive post but there will inevitably be a delay in using this method.
I am a Senior Associate Solicitor. Prior to working for Bowling & Co I have held positions at a local authority, a city law firm, and an international law firm and a high street firm. This has allowed me to develop a wide range of expertise in family law by having exposure to those different environments.
I am an accredited member of the Law Society Children Law Accreditation Scheme and also a member of Resolution.
I have expertise in all areas of family law issues including divorce, financial matters, cohabitation disputes, children disputes, care proceedings, child abduction, adoption and domestic abuse.
I also have dual experience in residential conveyancing and thus can deal with property issues that may arise during the context of matrimonial or cohabitation proceedings.
I am an Honorary Legal Adviser and the Central Family Court Citizens’ Advice Bureau, providing free legal advice sessions on a regular basis.
Outside of work I enjoy travelling and experiencing new cultures.