Katherine has developed a broad practice in family law including divorce, financial disputes, cohabitation, domestic violence, private and public law children work, adoption, and assisted reproduction and surrogacy, with particular focus on complex children matters often with an international element.
Katherine has acted on a number of child abduction matters and she has significant experience in dealing with pensions on divorce. She has also advised on nuptial agreements.
Katherine has experience of complex private law children work and including cases of significant domestic violence.
Katherine has been regularly quoted in online articles, and interviewed live on both radio and television. She has had many articles published on the subject of domestic violence in children matters.
Katherine trained at a boutique practice in Bristol and qualified as a solicitor in 2016. Since then she has specialized exclusively in family law, completing her Higher Rights of Audience in Civil Litigation in 2016. Following qualification, Katherine worked as a solicitor at an international law firm in London and in 2019 following making an application as a transferring solicitor she was invited to apply to be called to the Bar of England and Wales.