Deans Court Chambers has established an exceptional team of leading and junior counsel undertaking challenging and complex family work across the spectrum of family law, including children cases in both public and private law, Court of Protection cases, and Finance and Property cases. Both leading and junior counsel demonstrate a quality and experience unrivalled in the North.
Leading and Junior Counsel regularly appear before Courts across the country at all levels, and also in former British Overseas Territories.
We deliver the highest levels of service, combining meticulous preparation and first rate advocacy with a clear and sympathetic approach to clients.
We believe the practice of family law demands sound judgment, detailed knowledge of law and procedure, and the ability to analyse and distil complex and often sensitive issues.
Client care is our highest priority and always at the forefront of our minds.
Our experienced and approachable clerking team is committed to providing counsel of choice and ensuring consistency of representation.
Where that is not possible, our clerks will assist you in selecting alternative counsel of the same high calibre. We are confident you will receive the same excellent quality of service from all the barristers in our team.
For more information on the particular specialisms within the Family Team at Deans Court Chambers, follow the links above.
Family & Court of Protection Newsletters:
"Deans Court Chambers is my first port of call for instruction. Its members have a wealth of expertise." "Their preparation for cases is extremely good."Chambers and Partners, 2019
Deans Court Chambers has ‘a wealth of talent in all areas of family law’. The team has established expertise in cases involving domestic and international relocation, fabricated/induced illness and allegations of serious physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Financial remedy cases are also included in the group’s workload.Legal 500, 2018
Deans Court Chambers cements its reputation as the "premier chambers in the North of England", admiring sources describe the set as "the cream of the crop".Chambers UK, 2016