Zoë is a qualified Collaborative Lawyer who joined Mayo Wynne Baxter in Spring 2012 after spending the first five years of her career working for another local firm. She has also recently (Summer 2018) qualified as a Resolution accredited Specialist in Complex Financial Remedies for low to medium value cases and medium to high net worth cases.
Zoë is Deputy Head of our Family Department and a qualified Collaborative Lawyer, she advises clients in relation to all aspects of family law.
Zoë is based in our Eastbourne office and represents client’s all over Sussex.
Zoë specialises in divorce and the resolution of financial, pension and property issues that arise following separation. Zoë also advises on cohabitation agreements and disputes, pre and post nuptial agreements and issues concerning children’s arrangements.
Zoë believes that close attention to detail and a full understanding of each client’s individual circumstances is vital to providing sound advice and a quality service. She takes a firm but fair approach to negotiations and tailors her advice to each individual.
Zoe is recognised for her expertise in family law. Chambers 2017 says Zoë handles financial remedy cases, nuptial and cohabitation agreements, and disputes between both married and unmarried couples. Sources recommend her as "a really tough negotiator who knows her stuff and fights her corner."
Outside of work Zoë enjoys cooking, Pilates and spending time with her family and friends.
Zoë and Tia acted with utmost professionalism at all times, yet displayed empathy whilst giving sound advice. The level of service was excellent throughout the whole process and I was continually offered support and guidance to ensure that the best outcome for my child was achieved.
Lyndsey - November 2018
I would like to thank Zoë for dealing with my divorce. I would particularly like to mention that there were some rather personally embarrassing circumstances surrounding my divorce proceedings. Zoë dealt with everything calmly and always professionally, I always felt at ease.