Harriet advises on all family law issues. Her primary expertise is resolving complex, high-value financial claims arising on divorce, often involving corporate structures, inherited wealth and offshore trusts. She also has experience in drafting and advising in relation to nuptial and cohabitation agreements.
Harriet also regularly advises on the resolution of arrangements for children post separation, including international relocation and abduction cases.
Harriet’s recent experience includes representing the husband in WC v HC (Financial Remedies Agreement)  EWFC 22, in which the team secured an excellent outcome for their client.
Recognised as a ‘key lawyer’ at Stewarts and described as an ‘outstanding senior associate’ in The Legal 500.
Client feedback includes that Harriet is “exceptional to work with”, reassuring in that “she puts [their] mind at rest” and that she does “a terrific job generally”. She is also praised for “the quality of [her] work, dedication, care and great professionalism”.
Feedback from leading barristers is equally positive, describing Harriet’s work as some of “the best [they have] ever read” and “deeply impressive”.
Harriet graduated with a First Class BSC (Hons) in Biology from the University of Nottingham in 2010. She then completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course in London at Kaplan Law School, before undertaking her training contract at Mills & Reeve. Harriet joined Stewarts in July 2016.
Accreditations and Memberships
Harriet is a member of Resolution.