Practice primarily focuses on financial remedy proceedings. A particular expertise in cases involving non-disclosure, multi-jurisdictional and business assets. Sassa's approach has been described as “robust” and “fearless” but always underpinned by the willingness to give unwelcome advice to her own clients. Notable cases include: N v N (BIIR: Stay of Maintenance Proceedings) EWHC 4282 (Fam), Moor J; Constantinides v Constantinides  EWHC 3688 (Fam), Holman J; DL v SL  EWHC 2621 (Fam) Mostyn J; Mills v Mills  UKSC 38.
Called 1996, Inner Temple.
King’s School Canterbury; King’s College London (1995 Law). Resides in London.