Justine Cadbury

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Barrister
Office:
  • Banbury
Phone:
01295 204092
LinkedIn:
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Specialisms:
  • Family Law
  • Family Mediation
  • Justine was called to the Bar by Middle Temple in 2001.
  • She completed her pupillage at Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB), a leading matrimonial set of Chambers in London, and practised as a barrister there until 2011.
  • Having relocated to Oxfordshire with her young family, Justine began working with Spratt Endicott as an employed barrister in 2016.
  • Justine is also a trained mediator, and has completed her Direct Access training.

​Work Highlights:

  • Justine has extensive experience of family law litigation, and has represented clients at all levels of tribunal from the magistrates’ court to the Court of Appeal.
  • Justine’s matrimonial finance work has included cases involving high-net worth clients with complex financial arrangements, including UK-based and overseas trusts and companies.  She has experience of representing clients with farming interests, forces and services pensions, and property abroad.
  • She has also acted in a wide variety of private law children cases, including applications for child arrangement orders; applications for removal from the jurisdiction and for parental responsibility; special guardianship orders and applications under the Hague Convention.
  • In addition, Justine has experience of applications for injunctions under the Family Law Act 1996; Co-habitation cases; and claims for financial provision under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

Professional memberships, publications and interests:

  • Justine is a ​trained mediator, and is a firm supporter of mediation as a powerful tool for resolving disputes arising from separation and divorce in appropriate cases.
  • Justine is a member of Resolution.
  • She is married with three young children and is a trustee of BYHP (Banbury Young Homelessness Project).
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