Areas of Specialism
Keshini has twenty years of experience dealing with all legal matters arising from the breakdown of a relationship, including divorce/civil partnership dissolution, financial arrangements (including those involving assets overseas), child arrangements (including cross-jurisdictional disputes) and enforcement of orders made in family proceedings. She also helps couples prepare for marriage or cohabitation by advising and assisting in relation to pre-nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements and declarations of trust.
Keshini acts for a wide range of clients and prides herself on providing a consistently high level of care and service at all times.
Keshini has successfully completed the first part of a Diploma in Counselling (Carl Rogers Person-Centred Counselling with TREAT) and is currently in the process of completing the Advanced Counselling Skills Diploma with BSY. She feels her background in counselling enables her to understand and empathise with her clients, which helps ease what can otherwise be a difficult and challenging process.
Member of the Law Society’s Family Law Advanced Accreditation Scheme from 2010 - 2015.
1.Securing a successful outcome for a client in a case involving international enforcement of a financial order.
2. Acting for a father in a case involving inplacable hostility and parental alienation where the mother denied unsupervised and overnight contact with the father and paternal grandparents with concurrent criminal proceedings.
3. Acting for a husband in a complex financial matter involving numerous companies and subsidiary companies, a sizeable property portfolio and high value shares. Successfully protecting the husband's confidentiality to secure his business interests following unlawful access of his documentation
4. Acting for third party intervenors who were beneficiaries under a deed of trust in a matrimonial case involving shared living arrangements in the family home.
5. Acting for a wife/mother in a case where the husband used coercive financial control and attempted to hide assets to reduce her financial claim. Successfully obtained a s.37 MCA 1973 order to freeze substantial funds in an account and procured an avoidance of disposition order to prevent husband from transferring shares and a property in his sole name.