Elizabeth accepts instructions to attend the County Court on a wide range of civil matters. She frequently attends court to appear in Multi-Track, Fast Track, high value, and complex matters.
Alongside her court practice, Elizabeth is available to advise in writing on both quantum and prospects of success.
Elizabeth accepts instructions to appear at the first-tier property tribunal in HMO matters.
Elizabeth regularly accepts instructions in matrimonial finance matters. She acts on both a Public and Privately funded basis. She appears in FDA, FDR and Final hearings.
Elizabeth can assist in Tolata matters, where she draws on her Family Finance and Property experience.
Wills, Probate and Inheritance
Elizabeth’s has a growing Will’s Probate and Inheritance practice, which she is keen to develop and expand. She accepts instructions to act on behalf of executors, beneficiaries and interested parties.
Court of Protection
Elizabeth is available to accept instructions from the Official Solicitor and local authority and is competent at all drafting required for the Court of Protection.
Elizabeth has been instructed in respect of landlord and tenant matters (commercial and residential), injunctions, unlawful eviction claims and possession hearings.
Elizabeth is available to advise in writing on all aspects of housing.
Elizabeth accepts instructions to appear before the first-tier Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal.
Elizabeth accepts instructions to appear in Police Misconduct Hearings, her role as a volunteer role with Thames Valley Police has given her a unique insight policing. Elizabeth understands the importance of the Police Code of Ethics.
Elizabeth aims to assist her direct access client’s as much as possible within the identified task to ensure that they achieve the best outcome from their dispute or court case.
Practical advice is given along with guidance on the procedure, the issues, the law, evidence and likely outcomes.
Elizabeth ensures that matters are addressed in plain English and is always keen to avoid legal jargon.
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