For many, making the final decision is often the most challenging part of the divorce process. Acknowledging the reality that a marriage has broken down may take months or years, depending on the circumstances, and can prove to be an emotional journey. It may be a mutual decision when a marriage has simply reached...
Head of Family
Karen has practised divorce and family law for over 25 years at firms in London, Middlesex and Hertfordshire. She has built up a wealth of experience in all areas of divorce and family law.
Karen’s advice is clear, pragmatic and informative and whether it is a straight forward divorce or a more complex dispute involving finances, property or children she tries to ensure the best possible outcome for her clients through negotiation, mediation, arbitration and if necessary through court proceedings. Karen also helps protect her client’s assets when getting married or buying property with a partner with pre-nuptial and cohabitation agreements.
For the first time in the UK no fault divorce is to be introduced.Under current UK law the only ground for divorce is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. To prove this to the court the Petitioner (the person who brings the divorce) has to rely on one of five facts in his or...