Sita practices in the fields of civil and family law.
One of the founder members of Stour Chambers. Sita advises and appears in non – matrimonial property disputes (TOLATA cases), building disputes, residential landlord and tenant, Inheritance disputes and general common law including professional negligence, personal injury and contractual disputes.
She has a comprehensive family law practice, which includes family finance / divorce, public and private law children applications. She represents parents, Guardians and other family members.
She has a practical approach to problem solving and is committed to achieving the best results for her clients.
Sita is an accredited family and civil mediator and is able to conduct MIAMs.
Sita undertakes Direct Public Access on suitable cases and offers to clients a free initial assessment meeting.
- Building disputes
- Landlord and Tenant
- Land / Boundary Disputes
- Restrictive Covenants
- Personal injury
- Professional negligence
- SDT (Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal)
- Financial Remedy
- Cohabitation disputes
- Care and Adoption (for Guardians and parents)
- Financial provision for Children
- Private Law Children
- Inheritance Act Claims
- Private Law Children
- Court of Protection
- KCC v IS & Ors  EWHC 2308 (Fam)
- Family Law Bar Association
- Family Mediator Association
- B.A (Hons), 1984
- Skiing and walking her dog.
This set comes recommended for its members' expertise in children and matrimonial finance matters. The children cases range across both public and private law work, and include those concerning non-accidental injury, sexual abuse and fabricated illness. On the financial side, the set's barristers demonstrate the ability to act in substantial financial remedies cases as well as Schedule 1 and TOLATA matters.~ Chambers UK Bar Guide 2020
Specialising in matrimonial finance and children matters. Members appear in the regional courts as well as the High Court and the Court of Appeal. They often act in financial remedy proceedings relating to farms, companies, properties and other assets. In addition they are adept at dealing with serious child care allegations including physical abuse and death.~ Chambers UK Bar Guide 2019
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