Tina is a family law specialist and has practised in family law throughout her professional career.
Her practice spans all areas of family law with a particular emphasis on children work. She often acts in complex, multi-party and high conflict intractable private law disputes.
In her public law children work she acts for parents, children, local authorities and extended family.
Tina has experience of handling cases involving suspected non-accidental and fatal injury and FGM/C, sexual abuse, neglect and domestic abuse, where there are parental mental health, learning disability or capacity issues, concerns around substance abuse /addiction, involving children with special educational needs and complex medical needs.
Tina has also worked for parents and Local Authorities in radicalisation cases (where parents are accused of supporting ISIS or wishing to take their children to Syria), and where Local Authorities allege that the views and ideology of parents leads to harm of their children.
In addition, Tina is experienced in cases involving Human Rights Act claims or issues relating to reporting restriction orders or publicity.
Tina is instructed at first instance in the Family Court, the Court of Protection, and the High Court; she has also appeared in the Court of Appeal.