Prue has a particular interest in financial matters and has experience in dealing with cases involving division of substantial business assets, property portfolios and pension provision. As well as assisting clients in achieving negotiated financial settlements, she also has extensive experience in representing clients in financial proceedings when it has not been possible to reach an agreement regarding these matters.
As well as representing those in dispute with a former spouse or partner, Prue is also able to provide assistance in avoiding such disputes arising in the future as has wide experience of drafting cohabitation agreements and pre- or post-nuptial agreements.
Prue is on the Children Panel and represents children, parents and grandparents in contact/residence disputes and Care proceedings in Courts of all levels. Furthermore, in situations where there have been incidents and/or allegations of domestic violence, Prue is able to advise clients in relation to Injunction proceedings.
She is a member of Resolution (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association) and sits on the committee of the local Resolution Branch, which aims to improve the family law services in the area.
Prue prides herself on being approachable and understanding during stressful periods in her clients’ lives and her advice can help minimise the anxiety and emotional distress for clients in what can be a difficult and complex legal process.
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