Olivia is a Senior Associate in the Family Team. She qualified into the department following completion of her training contract in September 2015. Olivia also did seats in Corporate & Commercial, Dispute Resolution and Criminal Litigation during her training contract.

Olivia works on a wide range of private family matters, including:

  • divorce;
  • complex financial disputes;
  • matters relating to children, including international relocation and surrogacy; and
  • pre-nuptial agreements.

Olivia read law at Brunel University and completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP London with Distinction. She joined Kingsley Napley in 2011, where she worked as paralegal in the Criminal Team before starting her training contract in September 2013.

Professional societies and memberships

  • Olivia is a member of Resolution
  • The Law Society
  • The London Young Lawyers Group

 

publications & press

 

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Care Home charged with Corporate Manslaughter

The DOJ and CFTC dig deeper in precious metals market investigation

The Cohabitation Rights Bill – Opting out

Is “move in with me” the new “marry me”? The Cohabitation Rights Bill

Uncoupling? How to consciously protect the children

Unmarried couples saying Yes to No-Nups

Angel Academe: Have you got what it takes to be an entrepreneur?

Case Update: R (on the application of F) v The Director of Public Prosecutions and “A” [2013] EWHC 945 (Admin)

A positive start to the New Year: Remedial Order permitting single applicants to apply for Parental Orders now in force

Pressing pause on parenthood – the importance of understanding the facts about egg and embryo freezing

#PrideMatters : Spotlight on surrogacy

Surrogacy and Parental Orders – how far does the interpretation of “enduring family relationship” extend?

Reflections on The Split – Episode 3: Behaving badly

First cases of mitochondrial donation therapy in the UK and why the “three-parent baby” headlines are misleading

Divorcing, fast and slow

The case of Re Z: the pitfalls of informal surrogacy arrangements and the importance of transparency and trust

Moving counties or countries with children after separation - where to now?

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