Rhia is a Solicitor in the Family team. She deals with all aspects of family law and is a member of Resolution, an organisation committed to resolving family matters amicably.
- Family law
- Financial remedy proceedings
- Children Act proceedings
- Injunctive relief
- The Law Society
- Kent Law Society
Rhia read Law at Cambridge University and completed her Legal Practice course at the College of Law in London in, where she received a distinction in 2010.
Rhia went on to train with a local Maidstone firm and qualified as a solicitor in 2012, specialising in family law.
She joined Brachers in April 2015 and deals with all aspects of family law to include divorce and the associated financial remedy proceedings, matters concerning children, injunctions related to family relationships and disputes between cohabitees
As a member of Resolution, Rhia is committed to seeking to resolve matters on behalf of her clients in an amicable and conciliatory manner wherever possible.
“Rhia was professional and always paid good attention to detail”
“Rhia always did her best to make everything clear to me and was patient in answering my many questions.”
“It was always very considered, well researched and where necessary gave me options which sometimes is difficult as it’s hard to know what’s best in difficult situations like divorce. I initially found it frustrating that there were no clear answers at the start, as I just wanted to know how it would end. Rhia did her best to try to explain how so much was in the hands of the court.”
Resolution speaks out about the law on cohabitation
Resolution, a body of over 6,500 family lawyers, is calling for a change in the way cohabiting couples are treated in law. Read more01/12/15
The growing use of arbitration in family law
When it comes to dealing with the financial matters arising from the breakdown of a relationship, there are a number of options available to parties. The majority of people are aware that they can make an application the Court and, increasingly, people are becoming aware of mediation and the advantages that process may have in assisting separating couples to settle their financial differences. Read more
Arbitration extended to include disputes about children
On 18 July 2016 the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA) launched the Family Law Arbitration Children Scheme. Read more