"I would like to thank you for all of your efforts over this past year. You gave me great support in such a professional manner and for that I am very grateful as it made the whole process a little less stressful in what was a very tough time for me."
"Many thanks for all of your help in this matter. You have been fantastic."
Rhiannon is an Associate Solicitor in the family team. She specialises in advising clients on all family law issues from relationship breakdown, financial remedies, domestic abuse and complex Children Act issues. She also provides specialist advice on wealth protection to include pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements.
Rhiannon read law at Cardiff University gaining a first class degree. She commenced her training with a specialist family law practice and prior to joining Michelmores, was an associate at a national law firm. She was shortlisted for GWILS Junior Lawyer of the Year 2018 and is a member of Resolution, an organisation committed to resolving disputes constructively.
Rhiannon was raised in North Wales and speaks fluent Welsh. She enjoys travel and completed a 7 month 'round the world' trip before completing her training. Rhiannon continues to travel when possible, most recently to Jordan.
- Representing a wife to successfully obtain an add back of matrimonial funds that had been recklessly spent by the husband during the course of proceedings.
- Advising on and drafting prenuptial and postnuptial agreements as well as cohabitation agreements.
- Securing an order enabling a mother to relocate with a child to India when the father did not consent and obtaining findings that the father's approach and objections were malicious.
- Securing urgent orders for a mother for children to be returned to her when they had been retained by the other parent without consent at the beginning of the national lockdown in March 2020.
- Making emergency applications to the Court including in relation to non-molestation and occupation orders and advising on domestic abuse.
- Experience of dealing with complex child arrangements issues including those involving allegations of abuse, fact finding hearings and parental alienation.