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Kate Roberts
Partner & Head of Child Care Team
Childcare Law Children Domestic Violence Family Matters

Kate is a Partner and Head of the Child Care Team in our Family Matters legal team.  She represents parents and children in both public and private Children Act proceedings.

Kate holds the Law Society’s Children Law Accreditation, enabling her to act on behalf of children through their court-appointed guardians and parents involved in care proceedings.

She has experience of representing children and parents in complex cases involving jurisdictional issues, sex abuse and non-accidental injury.

She qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and joined Watkins & Gunn in 2009.

Professional Memberships:

  • The Law Society’s Children Law Accreditation
  • Member of the Association for Lawyers for Children
  • Member of Resolution.

Outside of Work:

Kate is a mother of two children and the Child Protection Governor at their school.

Contact Details
Telephone
01495 768922

Kate works in our Family Matters legal team, specialising in Childcare Law. She represents parents and children in both public and private Children Act proceedings.  Kate is a member ofThe Law Society of England & Wales’ Children’s Panel, enabling her to act on behalf of children through their court-appointed guardians and parents involved in care proceedings.

COVID-19 UPDATE

As a firm we are fully supportive of the governments attempts to try to limit the spread of COVID-19.

We have therefore closed all of our offices until further notice.

We are however open for business remotely. We have set up systems to ensure that our staff are able to continue to support you through home working.

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