"My client who was represented by Natasha at a final hearing a couple of weeks ago has told me that he was extremely impressed with her, and found her very personable and capable."
Natasha joined Chambers after successful completion of her pupillage and now accepts instructions in all of Chambers’ core practice areas. She has appeared at all levels of the family courts, up to and including the High Court. Before joining Chambers, Natasha worked at the Court of Appeal of England and Wales as the judicial assistant to Lord Justice McCombe and ran the legal clinic for a charity.
Natasha undertakes all forms of care, adoption and other public law proceedings, including representing clients faced with serious allegations of neglect, abuse, substance misuse, mental health issues and physical and emotional harm. She has experience working with vulnerable parents, including those with learning disabilities, and of representing grandparents and Guardians.
Natasha accepts instructions on all Children Act 1989 private law matters, including cases featuring domestic abuse, parental alienation and relocation. Natasha has represented parents in all stages of proceedings, including final and fact-finding hearings. She has experience of acting for Children’s Guardians appointed within private law proceedings and of applications for Forced Marriage Protection Orders. Natasha also represents clients in injunctive proceedings under the Family Law Act 1989, including where serous allegations of domestic abuse have been made and where those applications are linked to concurrent (or imminent) Children Act 1989 proceedings.
Natasha has appeared in the High Court on matters involving international child abduction.
Natasha accepts instructions in all financial remedy proceedings, having been under the supervision of Fiona Hay and Suzanne Syme during her pupillage.