The whole team is great with clients and is a pleasure to work with.
Chambers & Partners, 2012
All family law issues involve highly sensitive, private information. Following a change in the rules in April 2009, the media can now attend most family court proceedings. Whilst the media has shown little interest in the vast majority of cases, those involving celebrities and well known personalities are likely to attract attention.
It is sometimes possible to apply to the court for an order that the media do not attend, and our specialist reputation management lawyers within our media team are able to assist us in making such applications when necessary and appropriate.
We will also deal with issues where one of the parties in a family dispute wishes to publicise private matters.
For more information contact one of our specialist advisers below or visit our Press office.