Annabel is a very experienced litigator and matrimonial practitioner who handles dispute resolution cases across a wide range of areas. She acts predominantly for individuals in times of crisis and also small companies both in the UK and overseas.

Annabel is an experienced collaborative practitioner and a trained family mediator, which provides her with an excellent skill set for successful resolution of disputes, particularly those involving partners, spouses, estates, families and neighbours.

Earlier in her career, she was on the Personal Injury Panel for The Law Society, having successfully settled many claims, particularly for motorcyclists.

  • If Annabel has your back you feel like you have a whole army behind you.

    E. Seal

  • One of the best litigation solicitors I have ever come across.

    A. Schofield

  • Having just achieved a settlement to a bruising contract dispute over a residential house sale some 3 years ago, I can confirm that being involved as a private individual in a legal dispute is as miserable, expensive and frustrating as anticipated. The only ray of light in this dark episode was selecting and working with Annabel. She is not only breathtakingly competent, knowledgeable and efficient but has an array of qualities less expected in a high-calibre lawyer; flexibility, creativity and a refreshing and well-timed sense of humour. I cannot recommend her more highly.

    C. Kirchner

  • Your prompt support and pertinent advice gave me confidence during these critical negotiations.

    B. Banerji

  • You have always shown great professionalism, but more than that you have shown us genuine concern, compassion and empathy for our situation and that was so important to us.

    M. Pimm

  • The service I received was brilliant. Annabel was extremely clear with her explanations, kept me updated with any developments and always got back to me as soon as possible. Her warm and friendly demeanour and efficient working made what could have been an unpleasant process much easier for me

    C. Farthing