Fawn advises clients in relation to their financial arrangements upon divorce. She assists on complex cases, many involving business and trust assets both on and off-shore. Fawn has experience of managing and progressing cases in circumstances where the opposing party is refusing to meaningfully engage and/or has breached their obligations; she has pursued contempt proceedings and obtained worldwide freezing orders on behalf of clients.
Fawn has particular experience of cases where the capacity of a party is in issue, and/or where a litigation friend is required. She also advises clients on disputes concerning their children; for example, living arrangements or specific issues such as schooling. Fawn regularly advises in relation to pre and post nuptial agreements.
- Kelly v Pyres  EWCA Civ 1368 – Fawn acted for the successful husband in his appeal against a High Court decision that the wife had acquired a domicile of choice in England and could therefore bring divorce proceedings against the husband in this jurisdiction. The Court of Appeal allowed the husband’s appeal and as such the wife’s divorce petition (and her financial claims) have been dismissed.
Fawn read Law at Queen Mary, University of London, graduating with First Class Honours in 2011, before achieving a Distinction on the LPC at BPP. Fawn joined Stewarts as a paralegal in 2012 and qualified in 2016 after training at the firm.
Accreditations and Memberships
Fawn is a member of Resolution.
Publications and Media
Fawn is a legal analysis interviewee for Lexis Nexis, with articles including (subscription required):
Fawn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and ‘taming’ her miniature schnauzer, Scout. When she has a spare moment, she also enjoys spinning on the Peloton and (unsuccessfully) attempting yoga.