Trevona has developed a specialist practice in complex private children law matters, advising on all issues involving children upon parental separation, including contact arrangements, welfare-related disputes, Schedule 1 claims and highly contentious Children Act proceedings, particularly those involving protracted multi-layered proceedings.

Trevona is regularly instructed in relation to matters that have international elements, including international and domestic leave to remove cases, cross-jurisdictional matters and child abduction.

Trevona’s approach to children matters is to provide pragmatic, sensitive and strategic advice, enabling her clients to resolve matters in a child-centric way.

Trevona is also highly skilled and experienced in advising on financial settlements on divorce, including advising on pre-marital wealth, post marital accrual, complex valuation issues and cases involving intricate business and income structures.


Trevona advised in the landmark internal relocation case Re C [2015] EWCA Civ 1305, heard in the Court of Appeal.

Trevona frequently advises in high-conflict children disputes involving parental alienation, coercive control, domestic abuse, mental health issues and addiction.

She also has extensive experience advising on and drafting pre- and post-nuptial agreements.



Trevona read law at Durham, trained at Stewarts and qualified in 2011. She became an Associate in 2016 and a Senior Associate in 2019.

Accreditations and Memberships

  • Resolution (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association)
  • Association of Lawyers for Children



Trevona enjoys travelling with her young family.