Grace advises on all matters that arise upon a relationship breakdown; including divorce and separation and the associated financial and child related issues. She is also an accredited hybrid mediator.
Grace joined Stevens & Bolton in 2006 from another large regional firm. She completed her mediation training in 2011 with Resolution and trained as a hybrid mediator in 2021. Grace was accredited by the Family Mediation Council in 2017. She became a partner in 2022.
Grace has extensive experience in advising individuals contemplating separation and divorce, helping them to resolve the financial aspects and child arrangements that flow from that. Her cases often involve substantial financial assets held in the UK and abroad, including cases where there are trust interests. In addition she has experience advising on nuptial agreements and in relation to applications by parents wishing to move out of the country with their children. Grace regularly advises professionals, business owners, entrepreneurs and their spouses/partners and other high-net-worth individuals.
Grace has been assisting both parties to address matters surrounding their separation within mediation for over ten years. Mediation can either take place in person or remotely or a combination of both. In 2021 Grace also became a hybrid mediator.
Grace is a Resolution member and sits on the Surrey Resolution committee. Grace was ranked as an "associate to watch" by Chambers and Partners in 2019.