Abigail qualified in 2019 and is a Senior Associate in the family team.

 She has experience with all areas of Family Law, including Divorce and Financial Remedy proceedings, Relationship Agreements, and Private Law Children matters, as well as Cohabitation disputes and Contentious Probate.

Abigail is sensitive to the issues that clients are faced with, providing a calm and approachable service at what will undoubtedly be a challenging time. A member of Resolution, Abigail is passionate about resolving disputes constructively and proportionately, whilst ensuring that the best interests of any children are paramount.

With a background in Civil Litigation, Abigail has a particular interest in Cohabitation cases and complex Financial Remedy proceedings where third-party (wider family or business) interests may arise, and in 2023, Abigail successfully achieved Resolution Specialist Accreditation in relation to both complex high income financial remedies and cohabitation and TOLATA disputes.

Client feedback includes:

I just wanted to say a huge thanks for working so quickly and efficiently on my case. I couldn’t have done it alone. I have really appreciated your guidance and attention to detail, steering a path through something that is wholly unknown to me.

Jurisdiction: England & Wales


  • Advising in relation to hostile contact cases involving allegations of sexual and domestic abuse and parental alienation, in addition to those with concerns surrounding “cloud based” and “tech” abuse. Enabling even those with extremely fractured relationships to navigate through negotiations, and Court proceedings where necessary, to reach agreement.

  • Representing clients in complex financial remedy cases with particular expertise in farming disputes upon divorce, and those involving family trusts. Proven experience in successfully using Alternative Dispute Resolution methods to unlock tricky cases, including at Private Financial Dispute Resolution hearings (FDR’s) and Round Table Meetings.

  • Advising in relation to cohabitation cases and successfully negotiating early settlements to keep the parties out of the Court process. Where cohabitation cases haven’t settled prior to the issue of court proceedings, navigating parties through Court proceedings under the Civil Procedure Rules.


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