Delighted with the service offered.
Efficient, courteous resolution of a difficult matter.
Wonderful people, excellent service
Phone always answered promptly by Reception staff who always quickly transferred call through to conveyancing team.
Dawson Hart ‘has a recognised expertise in high-value financial cases representing professionals and business people from all sectors’. Practice head Mahie Abey ‘has an excellent grasp of the law, is very client focused and deals with complex situations with skill and a clear grasp of the issues'. Caroline Bourn’s collaborative law practice is highlighted together with her ‘grasp of details combined with a very approachable manner’. In addition to handling the financial issues arising from divorce and the breakdown of civil partnerships, the team also resolves Children Act issues and children residency matters.
‘Caroline Bourn is praised by sources for her “calm, clear and efficient” approach to family and matrimonial matters. She regularly handles complex financial remedy cases for high net worth clients as well as private children work. She is also an experienced collaborative lawyer.’
The young ladies in the reception area were pleasant and cheerful, giving the impression of a well run, efficient workplace.
‘Department head Mahie Abey handles complex, high-value matrimonial finance cases. He is also well versed in handling private children matters. He receives high praise from clients, one of whom notes; “I have 100% faith that he has my best interests at heart and feel confident knowing he is fighting my corner.”
It’s very reassuring to know that I have found a local firm of solicitors who I feel I can trust to use again whenever I have need of legal services. Your staff are all a pleasure to deal with and I have received excellent care and service throughout the proceedings.
Robin qualified as a solicitor in 1997, starting out in commercial law and professional negligence litigation before specialising in Employment Law in 2003. She helps both employers and employees with the complexities of UK employment legislation. Her philosophy is that the best way to solve a problem is to prevent it from happening in the first place, with the goal of ensuring good working relationships.
Robin has had experience advising a wide range of clients on employment issues, from large multi-national companies to small start ups; from high net worth individuals at the peak of their career to graduates just starting out and who need guidance in understanding their first employment contract.
Robin attended university in Illinois, USA before coming to the UK to finish her undergraduate studies, and did post graduate studies in History of Art prior to training as a solicitor. She qualified at a London firm which specialised in litigation then did corporate and employment law at firms in Surrey and Sussex.
Robin lives in West Sussex with her husband and cat. In her spare time she likes reading and hiking, though not necessarily at the same time.