Caroline Curry

Caroline Curry

Year of call:

2003, Middle Temple

Contact:

Caroline Curry

Associations:

Family Law Bar Association,
Child Concern

Education:

LLB, King's College, London.
BVC, Inns Court School of Law, London.
MSc, University of Chester (Caroline is in the process of completing MSc, Psychology Masters of Science)

CHILDREN
Caroline Curry is a private family law specialist. She is regularly instructed in residence and contact disputes involving allegations of physical, sexual and emotional harm. She has also represented parties in prohibited steps and specific issue applications, including removal from the jurisdiction and change of name applications.

MATRIMONIAL AND FINANCE
From completing a specialist ancillary relief pupillage Caroline has developed a significant ancillary relief practice advising and representing clients on applications for financial provision upon the breakdown of marriage and civil partnerships. She is instructed from the preliminary stages (conference and advisory work, FDRs,) through to and including final hearings.

In terms of Family Law Act 1996 applications, Caroline has experience of non-molestation and occupation orders.

Caroline prides herself on thorough preparation and full understanding of the factual and legal issues involved to ensure professional and competent advice and representation. Caroline is approachable and has good client care skills, particularly with anxious or vulnerable clients, which ensures that clients feel ‘heard’ and can be confident that their position is understood and advocated. She is a skilful negotiator and will assist clients, where appropriate, to reach an agreed settlement.

In addition to her practice, Caroline is currently undertaking a Postgraduate Masters in Psychology to ensure continued professional development.

Specialist Areas of Practice:

Family

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