Kirstie Danton

I have been in full time practice since qualification. I initially practised in Crime and family and undertook many jury trials. Since 2004 I have specialised in family law in areas of children and finance. I practice predominantly in public law proceedings (care proceedings) and have experience in DOL cases, human rights matters, and serious neglect and abuse cases. I have acted for local authorities, parents and guardians. I also accept instructions in private children’s matters and have particular experience in contact and residence disputes. I have experience in family finance cases and have conducted contested divorces, ancillary relief matters, children act applications for financial provision and proceeds of crime applications.

I appeared in the recent guideline case of Re AB ( A child: deprivation of liberty) [2015] EWHC 3125 (FAM).

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Practice areas

Membership

  • Middle Temple, FLBA

Panel

  • Q&A Panel

Education

  • The University of Hull (LLB)
  • The University of Northumbria (BVC)

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