Catherine joined Hall Brown as a Consultant in January 2020.
She qualified as a solicitor in 1997 and joined from the City firm Taylor Vinters, where she was a Partner. Prior to Taylor Vintners she was a Partner at Clintons.
Catherine advises on all aspects of family law, specialising in the financial complexities of divorce and acting for high net worth individuals and advising on the separation of non-married couples. She also has experience in disputes relating to children, dealing primarily with residence and/or contact disputes, international leave to remove cases and internal relocation cases. Catherine also advises on and drafts pre and post nuptial and cohabitation agreements.
Catherine has been consistently ranked in the independent legal directories and is described as “excellent in private law children work.” In the 2016 edition, she is referred to as “absolutely fantastic” and is “increasingly highlighted for her matrimonial finance expertise”. Sources state that she “combines a charm and ease with clients with a very thorough and committed approach to her cases, which means that clients love her”. Catherine also appears as a prominent lawyer in Citywealth Leaders List, and is ranked in Chambers High Net Worth 2019 directory.
Catherine is a qualified collaborative lawyer and is a member of the London Collaborative Group. She is also a member of Resolution and is committed to resolving disputes as constructively and amicably as possible.