Partner, Family Law
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Sarah is a Partner within our Family Law department. She works with and has supervisory responsibilities for an exceptional team of skilled family lawyers and legal support staff who share a commitment to providing outstanding service and client care.
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Sarah has been practicing law in Camberley, Surrey since 2012, having previously worked in Berkshire and London. Sarah has been fortunate to work in Tier 1 legal practices as well as more traditional, smaller firms. Sarah has a wealth of experience acting for married and non-married clients from all sectors, including the music industry, pharmaceuticals (GSK), financial services (PwC), business owners and the uniformed services. Sarah has negotiated financial settlements for the last 20+ years, working with a range of other professionals to achieve client focused outcomes. She also assists clients to resolve issues concerning their children, adopting a sensitive approach and striving to ensure amicable solutions in which the child’s best interests are placed front and centre. Practical and pragmatic, Sarah is ever mindful of the bigger picture whilst recognising that the devil is inevitably in the detail.
Interests and Hobbies
When not working, or spending time with her husband, 2 teenage daughters and their beloved Labradoodle, Sarah can usually be found outside, in her wellies or walking boots. Sarah is also a keen member of her local singing group and enjoys all things classical: art, literature, music, dance.
Thank you again for all your help with what I have been through over the last year and a half. You gave me the confidence and belief to get through what has been the toughest time in my life. (You’ve got this) Thank you.
Insights by Sarah
‘Divorce Day’ – Myth or reality?
The number of people getting divorced in England and Wales is expected to rise 23pc to 140,000 next year in the biggest jump in more than 50 years.
Christmas with children of separated parents and blended families
Now is the time to try and agree how your children will share their time between their parents and extended families over the holidays.
What is “The Remarriage Trap” and how to avoid it
The remarriage trap does not apply to pension sharing orders. Even once a divorced person has married, they can apply for a share of their former spouse’s pension.
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