Nichola specialises exclusively in financial remedy cases, particularly those involving complex trust and corporate structures. In addition, she is a recognised specialist in property disputes between unmarried cohabitees (particularly where there is also a Schedule 1 element to be considered). She is the author of the Chapter in Rayden & Jackson relating to such disputes. She is regularly instructed to advise on and to draft pre-nuptial agreements and has a wealth of experience in both defending and challenging such agreements in Court- most recently in KA v MA (Prenuptial Agreement: Needs)  EWHC 499 (Fam) where she successfully challenged the terms of such an agreement. Nichola is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and regularly sits as a Private FDR Judge where her ability to find innovative solutions is highly regarded. She is renowned for her attention to detail and for her robust performance in Court.
The Family Law Bar Association
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Blackstone’s Guide to the Civil Partnership Act
Rayden & Jackson on Relationship Breakdown, Finances and Children (author of Chapters on ‘Civil Partnership’ and ‘Resolving Claims to Property’).