Known for her creative and solutions-focused approach, Jo has extensive experience dealing with issues relating to inherited assets, trust interests and businesses on divorce.
She also regularly advises on wealth protection prior to marriage including through pre-nuptial agreements, as well as on claims arising between cohabiting couples.
Jo is experienced in advising clients on arrangements for children, including in cases of domestic violence where safeguarding measures are required, taking a sensitive and pragmatic approach.
Jo advocates using alternatives to court proceedings in suitable cases, and is a Law Society accredited mediator and a trained collaborative lawyer. She is also a successful litigator when court involvement is needed.
Jo joined Hunters on qualification in 2004, becoming a partner in 2016. She is an active member of Resolution, and in 2022 was appointed Chair of Resolution’s Property, Tax and Financial Remedy Committee.
Jo is a partner in the Hunters’ family department where she specialises in the complex financial aspects of divorce proceedings.