I approach all cases with a view to achieving the best possible outcome for the client. I understand that the family court process can be daunting, overwhelming and that clients are often going through a very difficult period in their life. I therefore work hard to ensure that clients are kept fully informed and that they understand what is happening, every step of the way.
Mae is able to advise on a range of both private and public law children matters.
She has considerable experience in representing parents where there are concerns of domestic abuse, neglect, and drug & alcohol misuse.
Mae qualified as a solicitor in October 2019 and joined Russell-Cooke in December 2021.
Mae has extensive experience advising and representing clients in all aspects of arrangements for children, including:
- child arrangements orders (where the children live and with whom they spend their time)
- specific issue orders, prohibited steps orders and parental responsibility
- arrangements involving other extended family members, such as special guardianship orders
- Studied LLB (Hons) Law with Business at the University of Brighton, graduating with a 2:1
- Completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, obtaining a commendation
- Trained and qualified at a City based law firm
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