Kate Robinson LLB

Kate Robinson LLB

Status
Partner
Department
Family Law
Specialities
Family Law
Direct Line
01937 547037

About Kate

Kate has worked in family law since 2008 and has specialised in this area since qualification in 2010.
 
Kate is a collaborative lawyer and a member of Resolution and is committed to resolving disputes in a non-confrontational way wherever possible. Kate has experience of complex litigation and ensures her clients position is fully protected at all times.
 
Kate acts for clients in divorce, financial settlements and works with families to secure the best arrangements for their children. Her work also involves drafting anti-nuptial agreements as well as separation and cohabitation agreements for unmarried couples. She has extensive experience of financial claims for non-married parents and dealing with court applications to protect people suffering from domestic abuse.
 
Kate is actively involved in supporting the local business community. Kate grew up in Wetherby and in her spare time enjoys getting out and about with her cocker spaniels, Barney and Poppy, keeping fit and spending time with her young nephew. She also makes delicious chocolates which her colleagues devour with glee.
 
What’s important to her: “Family law has always been the only area of law for me. I like being able to help clients to find solutions in difficult times.”
Three words that best describe Kate: Incisive, tenacious and empathetic

Recommendation: The very first time we met I complimented you on the courteous and efficient way your receptionist and secretary dealt with me on the morning I phoned to try to arrange an appointment and I was seen by you on the very same day.  Nothing at all has changed in your practice since that day, I have always been dealt with in a courteous, professional, efficient and friendly manner whether I came to the office or called on the phone.A Happy Client of Hartlaw LLP


       

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