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Brittany Thomas


| Edinburgh
 Brittany Thomas


Brittany is a Solicitor in our family team, based primarily out of our Edinburgh office.  Brittany has specialised in family law since the beginning of her career, having completed a specialised traineeship in the field.

Brittany has a breadth of experience in all aspects of family law, including financial provision on divorce and separation, contact and residence disputes and cohabitation.  Brittany is particularly knowledgeable in financial provision and Hague Abduction cases (for both the Petitioner and Respondent).  Brittany is confident appearing on behalf of clients at the Sheriff Court, but is also happy instructing Counsel to appear in the Court of Session.  Brittany also has significant experience in cases where there is a cross-border element, be that intra-UK or internationally.

Brittany is both warm and approachable and this helps clients to feel at ease in instructing her.  She is diligent and practical in her approach to cases and can always be relied upon to reduce the stress and uncertainty that many clients feel in going through a difficult process that comes with a great deal of family cases.

Brittany has recently qualified with the High Conflict Institute as a coach for the “New Ways for Families Coaching” method.  New Ways for Families has recently launched in Scotland in conjunction with Shared Parenting Scotland.  The Course was originally developed in the USA and is now being rolled out in Australia, Canada, China and Scotland in order to assist parents who are separating.    The Course is intended to be delivered to such parents so as to: reduce the negative impact of conflict on children in family breakups, reduce stress levels of the individual and to calm potentially high-conflict separation and avoid taking cases to court where it is potentially unnecessary.  These aims are highly applicable to any family law case, particularly those involving children.

Brittany is a supervising solicitor at the Free Legal Advice Clinic run by the University of Edinburgh, as well as assisting Shared Parenting in their monthly sessions to provide legal advice to those requiring assistance.


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