Solicitor in the family team.
I specialise in public-law proceedings, cases involving a local authority and private-law proceedings dealing with Child Arrangement Orders, formerly known a Residence and Contact Orders. My role is to represent parents and other relatives at court and act as an advocate for them. The cases can be traumatic and difficult for everyone involved and I pride myself on the empathy and support that I provide to my clients.
I joined Anthony Collins Solicitors in January 2015, having qualified in May 2014. In the years since qualifying, I have acted for many clients in a range of different cases, and I regularly appear before the family courts whether for family proceedings court, county or high court
In response to the Women and Equalities Select Committee Report back in July 2018 on sexual harassment in the workplace, the Government is looking at a number of initiatives.
What do you do if an employee persists in raising the same concern, again and again, taking up copious amounts of management time and patience
Creating an inclusive and diverse workplace culture is no longer seen as “management speak” but rather as a necessity for success.
The Court of Appeal held that no pro-rata mechanism was included in the Working Time Regulations 1998, and so part-year employees were entitled to 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday just like their colleagues wo
In the latest Chambers and Partners rankings, Anthony Collins Solicitors has maintained its position as a Band 1 law firm.
An issue being brought into public view in the latter part of this decade, thanks to a healthy handful of royals and celebrities, is the existence of hidden disabilities.
Whilst we all wait in limbo for the UK’s future in Europe, Hazel covers some basics worth noting...
Looking at the Conservative’s latest proposal about shared ownership right to buy, concerns from associations about the impact that might have on their funding ability are well placed.
In the latest Legal 500 rankings (26 September 2019), Anthony Collins Solicitors has added Local Government to its Tier 1 rankings in the West Midlands.
The Law Commission published a report on 4 September 2019 detailing its view regarding the electronic execution of documents.
To receive invitations to our events, as well as information and articles on legal issues and sector developments that are of interest to you, please sign up to Newsroom.