Karen Newman

Karen Newman is a consultant solicitor having qualified in 2002. She studied law at Brunel University and then went on to the London College of Law to obtain her professional qualifications. She completed her training at a leading firm in the South East in 2002 and continued to work in the family departments at various firms in and around Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire throughout her career.

Karen practises exclusively in family law and is an experienced family solicitor in divorce, separation, reconciliation, resolution of financial claims including maintenance, property, pensions and company matters, private Children Act matters, protection from domestic abuse, cohabitation and pre-nuptial agreements.

She has particular interest in divorce and the resolution of financial matters, and has wide experience with cases ranging from modest assets to those of more complexity and higher value.

Karen is formerly an Accredited Resolution specialist in private children and domestic abuse matters.

Karen is a member of Resolution and was previously the secretary for Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Resolution.

Karen is a trained collaborative lawyer and collaborates in all areas of family disputes including children and financial disputes. Karen currently is the co-pod liaison officer for the South Bucks East Berks collaborative pod and is a member of Resolutions Dispute Resolution group.

Karen has also written fact sheets, advertorials, newsletters and articles for various magazines and Resolution and has been a guest speaker on local radio.

Karen has provided training for Women’s Aid and various networking groups for example the Chamber of Commerce.

Read what clients and other professionals say:

“Karen was a pleasure to deal with offering friendly and professional advice”

“Karen is fantastically organised very committed to make sure arrangements which need making are made efficiently and has been a real source of support”

“Karen has a rare mix of legal expertise and empathy. She is very supportive of her clients whilst working to get them the best possible outcome”

“Karen is totally dedicated to her work with clients and always focuses on their needs. She is warm and friendly, an excellent listener, and develops real rapport with people quickly and easily. She is punctilious, and precise, and has strong professional and personal ethics“

Contact

Direct: 01235 426044
Mobile: 07561 020289

Boardman, Hawkins & Osborne articles:

Lockdown being exploited to stop child arrangements

May 07, 2021

The BBC has reported separated couples have been exploiting the Covid-19 lockdown to stop an ex-part

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Court rules - financial claims cannot be avoided

April 26, 2021

A High Court judge has described a family at the centre of a high-profile £450m divorce battle one

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No fault divorce: the beginning of the end for the blame game

February 02, 2021

How? The Divorce Dissolution and Separation Act 2020, which was passed into law on the 25th June 202

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Family Mediation Week 18th to 22nd January 2021

January 18, 2021

Family Mediation week is taking place from 18-22 January 2021. The objective of Family Mediation wee

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Alternatives to family litigation

January 06, 2021

As Court delays are here to stay, you could try alternative dispute resolution. It has recently been

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Christmas for parents that are separated

December 11, 2020

Christmas time… Christmas is a difficult time for parents that are separated in a ‘normal’ yea

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Collaborative Law – a slightly different approach.

November 26, 2020

I want to leave my relationship but can I avoid going to court? Yes, there are various ways you can

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Can my Ex’s behaviour be taken into account by the court in our matrimonial finance cases?

November 09, 2020

Can conduct be taken into account in financial proceedings? Yes, it can. But, (there is always a but

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Economic abuse has increased as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic

November 02, 2020

It has been reported that 8.7 million people are experiencing economic abuse in their current or for

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