Jacqueline has over 12 years’ experience as a family solicitor, and she has a robust, yet sensitive approach to advising and representing clients.
Jacqueline is a Resolution trained and accredited solicitor, with an additional qualification in Collaborative Law, meaning that she can offer clients the option of resolving matters without going to Court.
Jacqueline has lived in Worthing since 1976, and her great grandfather’s name can be found on the war memorial in Chapel Road. She trained as a solicitor with a high profile law firm in south London. A highlight of her training was clerking for criminal QC Michael Mansfield, on an eleven week trial at the central criminal court.
Jacqueline’s interests include travelling, music and art. She is learning Twi, a language of Ghana. She is also proud to have served as the President of the Worthing Law Society 2018-2019.
Qualified as a solicitor in 1998. Accredited as a specialist family lawyer in 2007. Made an associate at Bennett Griffin in 2010. Qualified as a collaborative lawyer in 2010.
Children’s matters: residence and prohibited steps orders were made in support of the client’s concerns regarding the other parent’s inability to protect the children’s welfare. The children’s whereabouts were secured as a result of the emergency applications being granted within days.
Financial matters: financial remedy proceedings in which the assets which were of most value to the client were preserved, including inherited wealth; the family business, and a pension.
Areas of Expertise
- Children’s law, including representing parents and grandparents
- Domestic violence issues
- Divorce, dissolution and separation
- Financial matters
- Agreements, including pre-marital and living together agreements
- Law Society