Catherine McReynolds

Catherine graduated from the University of Ulster with a 2:1 degree in Law with Government before qualifying as a solicitor from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Queens University Belfast. She is an experienced Solicitor in the area of family law, advising clients in matters of divorce, separation, domestic violence, dissolution of civil partnership, matrimonial agreements, residence (custody), contact (access), non-molestation orders, occupation orders, cases involving social services, DNA, and paternity issues.

Representing mothers, fathers grandparents or other family members in Children Order matters involving specific issues in both Public and Private Law proceedings, Catherine is conscious that the breakdown of a relationship or deprivation of contact with a child will inevitably be a highly stressful and difficult time. With that in mind, Catherine places a particular focus on client care and strives to build a strong rapport with her clients in order to provide effective advice and guidance.

With a keen interest in human rights and social justice issues, Catherine holds a Masters Degree in Human Rights Law from the Transitional Justice Institute, University of Ulster. She is a member of the Law Society of Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland Young Solicitor's Association, Law Centre NI and Human Rights Lawyer's Association.

At Higgins Hollywood Deazley we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your problem, eligibility for legal aid and costs, if appropriate. We are very experienced with the legal aid process and securing financial assistance for any client who is entitled. For those clients who may be fee paying we can provide affordable and structured payment options.

Contact details:

028 90770770

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