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Practice areas

  • Family and Divorce

Flora is a partner in the family team.  She trained at Farrer& Co and qualified into the family team in 2010. She advises a diverse range of clients on all aspects of private family law.  

Flora advises clients on both contentious and non-contentious matters.  Such matters include divorce, complex financial disputes further to a marital or relationship breakdown, disputes relating to children, pre and post nuptial agreements and cohabitation disputes.  Flora acts for bankers and other professionals, entrepreneurs, homemakers and wealthy international couples, with an equal balance of male and female clients.  A significant number of Flora's matters have an international element. 

Flora has extensive experience of litigation but she is also committed to achieving solutions outside of the court settling where appropriate and possible.

Flora has been a London region committee member of YResolution since 2012 and was appointed Treasurer in 2013.

  • Flora has also been a member of the Union Internationale des Avocats since 2012. She is instrumental in the organisation of the Family Law Commission and is also Vice-President of the Young Lawyers Working Group. She is also a member of the British Spanish Law Association and regularly travels to Iberia, Central and South America.

    Flora has written articles for the Resolution Review, Family Law, Family Law week, the Juriste and Farrer & Co's Family LIFe briefing. She has also contributed to a book review in the Estates, Trusts & Pensions Journal.

    Flora regularly attends and speaks at International family law conferences.

    Flora is ranked as a Recommended 2021, Family lawyer in the Spear's 500 2021 edition.

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