Lydia has experience advising clients in relation to high value financial cases with a focus on complicated company structures and asset tracing (often with an international element), as well as orders for child maintenance. Lydia has a particular interest in children work and has advised parents on private child arrangement disputes in relation to both legal and factual issues, applications for non-molestation orders, welfare concerns and alienation.
Lydia has previous experience dealing with high profile finance and children matters for domestic and international clients. She has represented clients in both the High Court and Central Family Court, with much of her work involving contentious private child arrangements proceedings.
Reported cases include:
- Cathcart v Owens
- A v AB
Lydia qualified in September 2020 having been both a paralegal and trainee at Stewarts. Prior to joining the firm in 2016, Lydia studied English and Film at Exeter University before completing her law conversion and LPC at The University of Law, Moorgate.
Lydia enjoys a variety of sports including skiing, netball and horse riding, and can often be found running various routes around London. Lydia has previously worked in production and theatre as well as performing at the RSC and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Accreditations and Memberships
- Junior Lawyers Division, The Law Society
- Member of Resolution