I work in the insolvency sector, focused on recovering and realising assets in bankruptcy estates and providing services to Licensed Insolvency Practitioners appointed as Trustees in bankruptcy cases.
I also have experience of a number of complex bankruptcy annulments.
Much of my work is forensic, looking back at the circumstances which caused the bankruptcy and assisting with the Trustees’ investigations into debtors’ asset base. It is important in all cases to ensure that all of a debtor’s assets are found and made available for the benefit of creditors, which often takes quite a lot of complex detective work. I learn more every day about how creative individuals can be in squirreling away their assets when they realise that bankruptcy is inevitable.
I joined Brachers in 2002 following a fifteen-year career in the property litigation department at Lovells in the City. I’ve been a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives since 1995.
Away from the law, I put my ears through as many live rock gigs that I can get to, try to take in all of the new blockbusters at the cinema and find peace and solace in my garden.