Sarah joined Hughes Fowler Carruthers in 2019 after qualifying as a family solicitor in 2017.
Sarah advises a wide range of clients based in the UK and abroad. She practises all types of family law. She deals regularly with complex financial disputes, which often involve offshore trusts, complex award packages, high value business interests and inherited or pre-acquired wealth. Sarah also works on private law children matters including relocation applications, parental alienation matters and residence and contact disputes.
Sarah has worked in a big four accountancy firm and has also attended business school. She trained at a corporate law firm and often brings a commercial perspective to her cases.
Sarah is committed to trying to reach amicable solutions for her clients through negotiation, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. However, she is a fierce litigator when the need arises.
Sarah is absolutely focused on achieving a positive outcome for her clients and is always willing to go the extra mile to achieve the best result.
Sarah works with Renato Labi, Bryan Jones and Kate Brett, who describe her as “diligent, creative and sensitive to the client’s needs” and “a real asset on any case”.
Interests: dance, music, travel, history.
University of Cambridge (First class degree in history)
University of Cambridge, Judge Business School (Management studies)
BPP, Graduate Diploma in Law
College of Law, Legal Practice Course
Trained at Clifford Chance LLP 2015 – 2017
Solicitor at Vardags 2017 – 2019
Joined Hughes Fowler Carruthers in 2019