Originally, Charlotte joined the firm in 2016 gaining experience in the Children Law team.
Charlotte covers private law and public law children matters, injunction cases involving domestic violence and divorce & separation matters.
“Charlotte was fantastic. Anything I didn’t understand she would explain it and was very quick in responding to correspondence.”
“Many thanks for your help and support during my case. The advice and support you have given has been amazing. I am really pleased with the outcome of the court order it has been what I have wanted all along.”
Charlotte graduated from The University of Leeds in 2012 having studied Philosophy with Psychology. After completing several years working within Operations Management she decided it was time to pursue a career she was truly passionate about and went on to study the Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of Law whilst gaining experience in our Children Law Department.
Charlotte is currently completing her LPC at Nottingham Trent University.
Charlotte has spent the last 3 years completing unpaid work with the Charity Victim Support, supporting victims of crime. She has a particular passion for supporting victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence and has received specialist training in these areas whilst completing this work.
Areas of Law
- Child Care Proceedings
- Child Contact Agreements
- Care Orders
- Contact Orders
- Grandparents Rights
- Domestic Abuse
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