Amy has a keen interest in all aspects of family law and hopes to develop a practice in both private and public law matters. As a tenant, Amy has been quick to gain experience advising and representing individuals in a wide range of family cases, including: financial disputes under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 and Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996; public law children proceedings; private law children proceedings including applications for enforcement and variation of Child Arrangements Orders; and Non-Molestation and Occupation Orders. She regularly acts for Applicants and Respondents from First Hearings through to Finals Hearings.
Amy is a qualified collaboration lawyer with Resolution and is a member of the Solent Collaboration Group (POD). She is able to accept instructions from clients through the Public Access scheme or assist with ongoing matters.
Landlord & Tenant and Social Housing
Amy is regularly instructed on behalf of landlords, tenants, social housing providers and Local Authorities. She has gained a wealth of experience in Landlord & Tenant and Housing Law matters, including: access Injunctions; Possession claims; Anti-Social Behaviour Injunctions and committals; and Anti-Social Behaviour Orders. Due to her extensive experience in Immigration Law, Amy has particular expertise in the Right to Rent Scheme.