Amy Fullerton Solicitor

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Contact Details

Amy is a Solicitor in the Family Law team, based in London.

Main areas of practice

Amy advises clients on resolving issues surrounding the breakdown of their relationship. This ranges from divorce and financial arrangements to private children matters. Amy also has experience of advising clients in relation to both pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements.

Amy has experience in dealing with matters through Court proceedings where required and assists clients in resolving matters through alternative dispute resolution including negotiations and advising clients attending mediation.

Clients

Amy advises a wide range of clients ranging from low to high net worth individuals.

Expertise

Amy’s Blog

The Department of Health and Social Care releases consultation to enable a single person to apply for a Parental Order

When a child is born through surrogacy, the intended parents of the child may apply to the court for a parental order which then transfers legal parenthood of the child to the intended parents.

Having a child through surrogacy

A blog by top 50 UK law firm Blake Morgan. The family law team explains what all parties to a surrogacy arrangement should be aware of before making such a life-changing commitment.

How do we co-parent after separation?

Even when separating couples are on good terms, when it comes to how they continue to co-parent their children, they can still encounter difficulties.

Articles by Amy

PRT Case Commentary- Chaudhuri and Gosalakkal

News

Barrister Kate Blackburn and Trainee Amy Fullerton give their commentary on recent cases within their department.

Gosalakkal v General Medical Council

News

This case summary looks at an appeal against a six month suspension order by the General Medical Council’s Fitness to Practise Panel.

Related Knowledge & Resources

The 14 year old who won the right to be cryogenically frozen

It is a common misconception that a solicitor specialising in family law is just a 'divorce lawyer'. This is far from the reality; the practice of family law is extremely varied...

Brexit: what this means for Family Law

The Brexit vote will likely have a knock-on effect on a range of family matters governed by the current system, which pulls together strands of EU and domestic legislation into a single Family law regime.

To unbundle or not to unbundle

Many family solicitors will be relieved about the recent ruling in the case of Minkin V Lesley Landsberg.

Client guide: Final Hearings in Financial Remedy Proceedings

Our Family team provide a helpful guide on what to expect at a Final Hearing in Financial Remedy Proceedings.

Client Guide: Excluding people when making a Will

Blake Morgan provide a summary guide on excluding people when making a Will.

Client Guide: Divorce and your Will

If you are going through a divorce or separation it is important that you plan for your future by reviewing or making a Will.