(? - living) U.S.A.
Corrinne is used to working in highly sensitive situations, and specialises in child-related cases involving parents and Social Services. She also undertakes cases where there are disputes with which parent, children should live and how they should keep in contact with their other parent where Social Services are not involved.
In addition, Corrinne assists clients who have been the victims of domestic violence by working with them to obtain what are called, non-molestation orders. Such orders are, by necessity, obtained from the court at very short notice.
Corrinne joined Rowberry Morris in 2012 having previously practised at a solicitors' firm in Winchester where she specialised in all aspects of family law including divorce, finances and injunctions as well as childcare matters. Corrinne qualified as a solicitor in 2007 having previously been a chartered legal executive; she has therefore worked within the specialised field of family law for sixteen years