We are delighted to announce that Mavis Amonoo-Acquah has joined Chambers

30th May 2019 | News

Mavis is a family law specialist with an established practice in both children and financial remedies and with a particular interest in cases with an international element such as in the relocation of children and Hague Convention cases and also in surrogacy law.

Mavis’s arrival further strengthens our team of experienced, specialist family practitioners supporting our growing workload and reputation in the field.

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