Beth has represented parents and children at all stages of private law proceedings and applications under the Family Law Act 1996.
She has experience representing clients involving allegations of emotional, physical and sexual abuse as well as complex clients such as those with mental health and cognitive inabilities. She also represents the interests of children in private law matters including Finding of Fact hearings.
Beth acts on behalf of parents and children in public law proceedings. She is regularly instructed on case management hearings, issues resolutions hearings and final hearings.
Beth has a practical approach to cases and provides realistic advice to clients in an accessible way. Her attention to detail and client management enable her to tackle cases robustly and effectively in and out of court.