Julie Stather

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Julie is a barrister practising in family law since 2000, she is a qualified family law Arbitrator and a qualified family Mediator.

Julie is much sought after for the experience, skill and care that she brings to proceedings. Her preparation is meticulous. She remains calm under pressure and is a down to earth, friendly and reassuring presence for clients. Her style is practical and focused. She is well respected by Judges.

Julie is very experienced in child arrangements disputes and international relocation cases, as well as issues regarding medical treatment and schooling. She has particular expertise in difficult parental alienation cases. She is frequently instructed to represent children through their guardian in complex private law matters.

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What the clients say

“Julie was absolutely brilliant as ever.  Organised, Clear and concise and superbly written Statement, great communication throughout the instruction and perfect Attendance Notes.”

“I just wanted to say thank you for all of your help with my case, you made such a stressful time as calming as possible and I’m so grateful for all you have done. You did such an amazing job and I’m happy with the final outcome.”

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