Caroline Ford

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Branch Austin McCormick

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job-title-icon Solicitor/partner

address-icon 32 St James's Street, London
United Kingdom

tel-icon 0759 759 1900/020 7851 0102


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Caroline has specialized in family law since 2001 and was admitted as a solicitor in 2003.  She has a wealth of experience in the financial aspect of relationship breakdown as a result of divorce or separation as well as financial provision for children (Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989). She is committed to ensuring that her clients receive a fair and workable outcome.

Prior to joining Branch Austin McCormick in February 2023 Caroline was a family Law partner in the city of London for almost 12 years. Caroline advises and represents clients in financial remedy matters whether contested or where parties are agreed. She frequently drafts consent orders following parties reaching agreement on financial issues at mediation or following negotiations. She drafts and advises on pre and post-nuptial agreements, separation agreements, and cohabitation agreements. She also represents parents who cannot agree on the time they spend with their children and parents who wish to relocate with their children to another country.

Caroline strives to negotiate settlements in a cost-effective way for her clients. She is a trained and experienced collaborative lawyer and is a keen advocate of resolving family disputes using this process.

Caroline appreciates that the breakdown of a relationship is a very difficult period and emotions can run high, especially when there are children concerned and/or the parties are in dispute over the finances. She deals with such matters with a high degree of sensitivity and understanding.


  • Divorce
  • Matrimonial finances/financial settlement
  • Separation agreements
  • Pre and postnuptial agreements
  • Cohabitation agreements
  • Unmarried separation issues (including TOLATA applications).
  • Children matters/proceedings (including Schedule 1 applications)
  • Domestic Violence & Injunctions
  • Trust Deeds for unmarried couples purchasing a property.
  • Using the collaborative process to reach an agreement.


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Areas of work
Children (divorce and separation) Finances (divorce and separation)

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