Alice Gibson

Alice specialises in assisting on matters concerning divorce, children, domestic abuse and finance. She supports senior fee earners on a range of financial and children matters, including drafting documents, court applications and correspondence, and provides extra support to clients where needed.

Alice prides herself on providing friendly and easy-to-follow support for clients during what is often one of the most difficult times of their lives. She works on children matters where she helps parents engaged in court proceedings and strives to help seek better arrangements for the children with a view to reducing conflict.

She also meets with clients who are experiencing different forms of domestic abuse with a view to advising them on the protection available.

Alice is one of the firm’s Mental Health First Aiders, which she has found to be beneficial in terms of the work her and the team do with family clients who are going through challenging periods of change.

Qualifications

  • Graduate Member the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (GCILEx)
  • Advanced Legal Practice Course from the University of the West of England
  • Graduate Diploma in Law from Oxford Brookes University
  • English Literature (BA Hons) from the University of Sheffield