What can Caitlin do for you?
Caitlin supports clients in dealing with the full range of issues arising out of divorce and separation. This includes arrangements for children and finances, often involving substantial assets and complex issues such as trusts, pensions and family businesses (including farms). Caitlin also advises clients on wealth protection including pre and post marital agreements. Many cases have an international dimension.
Supporting your ambitions
Caitlin appreciates that everybody's situation is different. She adapts her approach and advice to the individual wishes of her clients. Caitlin's approach is client led and client focused, whether that be as a mediator, a financial arbitrator, in collaborative law, in solicitor led negotiation or litigation. In whatever way a client wants a case to be dealt with, Caitlin's approach is always to work with clients to try and find a solution to the issues they face.
Providing her clients with the advice they need and type of service they want is very important to Caitlin and to her team.
What do others say?
"Simply the best family lawyer in Cambridge" (Barrister quoted in Legal 500 2018)
Caitlin "has a wonderfully calm and warm approach with razor- sharp legal skills; she is very clever and strategic and has a national reputation which is second-to-none" (Legal 500 2018)
Caitlin "will fight hard for her client to achieve the best outcome" (Chambers 2019)
Band 1 Chambers.
What else should you know?
Caitlin is one of only a few lawyers outside London who are Fellows of the International Academy of Family Law, an organisation of lawyers across the world who specialise in family law with an international element.
As well as lecturing locally and nationally on family law, Caitlin has appeared on Radio 4 and advised the Emmerdale research team at ITV.
Help and support for separated families
Government endorsement that our family services at Mills & Reeve support collaboration between parents, help couples work together to resolve disputes (where it is appropriate and safe to do so) and encourage parents to focus on the interests of their children.