CAROLINE

If a barrister is likely to be consulted in the divorce process, the earlier this can be done the better, so there is a consistency in the proposals for agreement. This can avoid divorce bills which are out of proportion to the amount and problems at stake. By bridging the roles of solicitor and barrister, there is no reason not to have the barrister managing your problem from the outset, someone who can

- understand fully the client’s needs

- clarify the issues and proposed resolution at the outset, and

- constantly monitor progress and review how best to bring issues to an early and satisfactory conclusion.

If the client can and wishes to undertake some of the work to reduce the costs bill, this is very much encouraged.

Caroline is also aware of the need for emotional support and to have confidence in one’s legal representative.

 

About Caroline

 

Caroline Hely Hutchinson was called to the Bar in 1983. She has broad professional experience which includes years as a barrister with One Garden Court, Middle Temple and also as a Commercial Litigation solicitor.

 

Caroline has also worked in the City for a Merchant Bank and a Stock Broker, so has first hand knowledge of the financial world.

After taking time out for family commitments, she decided to return to a family law practice and combine her experience as a barrister and a solicitor to offer a bespoke Public Access service. Her emphasis on Public Access is to provide a cost effective means for parties to achieve informed and efficient resolution of family matters during and following marriage and other domestic partnerships and arrangements.

Family Law Chambers, Moulsford OX10 9JT

+44 (0)1491 875449 email: info@familylawchambers.co.uk

 

www.familydivorcebarrister.com

CAROLINE HELY HUTCHINSON Barrister

Family, Divorce and Matrimonial Lawyer

 

Legal Advice and Efficient, Practical Help in Resolving

Matrimonial and Family Issues

 

 

 

 

BENEFITS OF PUBLIC

ACCESS

 

  • Informed Overview
  • Quick Resolution
  • Reduced Costs
  • One Lawyer
  • Prompt Response
  • Flexibility
  • Minimum Formality

LITIGATION CERTIFICATION ALLOWS CAROLINE TO PERFORM THE ADDITIONAL TASKS ON BEHALF OF THE CLIENT

 

 

  • Write Letters
  • Negotiate
  • Issue Proceedings
  • Instruct Experts
  • Manage any Litigation

 

Allowing the Client the flexibility to decide, as matters progress, how much of the work he or she wishes to perform

Meetings and Keeping in Touch

 

 

It is good to have an initial meeting face to face. This will be held in a relaxed office atmosphere.

 

Thereafter, Skype meetings and telephone calls can keep the client in close contact.

 

Caroline will give you her mobile number so you can make contact in emergencies