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Amy has extensive experience advising clients on all aspects of relationship breakdown and wealth protection, including financial claims on divorce, financial claims between unmarried couples, and issues relating to children. She is regularly instructed on pre- and post-nuptial agreements and is committed to helping clients navigate that process smoothly, discreetly and effectively.

In addition to parents and separating spouses / couples, Amy also advises trustees, grandparents, schools and family offices. Many of Amy’s cases involve multiple jurisdictions and complex asset structures and her clients recognise and value her strategic approach, calmness under pressure, and clear advice. She is a highly experienced litigator and equally skilled at negotiating resolutions privately where that best serves clients and their families.

Amy is recognised for her particular strength in complex children disputes, including those with an international element. She has strong links with lawyers in a wide range of international jurisdictions and is experienced at working in collaboration to achieve the best outcome for her clients.

Memberships & Accolades

Amy regularly speaks at national and international family law conferences and is a frequent contributor of articles to the legal press. She has been published more widely in publications such as the Financial Times, Times, City AM, and Cosmopolitan. She contributed to Privacy and Disclosure for Family Lawyers: A Resolution Guide (2011), and Advising the Wealthy Client: A Handbook for Working with the Ultra Wealthy (2020).

Amy is a member of Resolution and the International Bar Association.

Amy is ranked as a Rising Star in Spear’s 500 2021.

“She gets on with the work in an unassuming but highly effective manner which clients love.” (Spear’s 2021)

“She has a bright future ahead of her.” (Spear’s 2021”)

“Thank you for all your unflagging support and hard work over the last year, I would never have been able to do this without you and feel so much more optimistic about my future now.” (Client)

Reported Cases

  • J v S (Leave to Remove) [2010] EWHC 2098 (Fam)

    Successfully secured permission for a mother to relocate permanently to Japan, post divorce, with the two children of the marriage.

  • Bloom v Bloom [2018] EWFC B10

    Acting for the wider family in a complex case involving serious allegations.

  • Re: A and B (Child Arrangements: Parental Alienation)

    Successfully represented the mother in a complex children case involving parental alienation.

External Publications

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