Annmarie is a solicitor and family mediator and works on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious cases regarding relationship breakdown and children arrangements, some with an international element.
Annmarie specialises in mediation and is committed to helping clients to achieve solutions outside of the court setting wherever possible and assisting them in developing and maintaining amicable relationships going forward. She has a thriving mediation practice and also conducts Mediation Information and Assessment meetings (MIAMs).
Annmarie is also training to become a Humanistic Integrative counsellor and sees clients on a weekly basis in a therapeutic setting. She believes in applying the therapeutic principles to the practice of family law.
Annmarie also has significant experience of litigation and has assisted in some notable and high-profile cases, including Radmacher v Granatino following the Supreme Court’s ground-breaking judgment in 2010 which established the importance of pre-marital and post-marital contracts in England and Wales.
Annmarie trained at Farrer & Co and qualified into the contentious trusts and probate team before specialising in family law.
In her spare time, Annmarie enjoys playing with her pet pug puppy Sherlock (Holmes). She also volunteers for Lawcare, providing support to members of the legal profession with emotional issues including addiction and depression.