Paula Rhone-Adrien

 

Year of Call: 1998

Practice Group(s): Family

Portrait of Paula Rhone-Adrien

Practice Profile:
I advise on all aspects of family law, but specialise in Ancillary Relief (Divorce and settling the financial arrangements) and parents/family members who are in disagreement over how a child should live their life or where a child should live. My years at the Bar are clear evidence of my strong track record for customer satisfaction and that I have earned the respect of Judges.

I work hard to ensure all clients receive the same professional service and the benefit of advice that is based on 18 years of experience. My clients are impressed by my in-depth understanding of their needs, up to the minute knowledge of the law and my sensitive approach to discrete matters.

The consequences of the breakdown of a relationship are often highly emotive and require a special set of skills, both professional and personal. Because of my breadth of experience (18 years) I have the knowledge to advise on the financial aspects of a relationship breakdown (which can involve complicated tax and trusts issues) and complex children cases, including international relocation.

Further Professional Information:
Paula is a member of LADR and has been a trained mediator since April 2009.

Membership:
Family Law Bar Association, ELBA, and British Association Sport and the Law.

Interests:
Paula is regularly sought after by TV producers to appear on the main channels as a family expert.

Paula has passed rigorous testing to become a BBC Expert Panel Member and has appeared on the BBC many times to advise on family law. Most recently appeared on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour discussing whether marriage is still relevant in modern society -
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0000v8r

Was the 1999, 2001and 2007 British and European "Grand" Champion in the Korean martial art Tang Soo Da. Currently holds a 3rd Dan Black Belt and continues to teach adults and children on a weekly basis. London Marathon runner.

Undertaking work in the community; for example attending at schools to give lectures/classes on life at the bar and organising excursions to court.

Paula also enjoys lecturing to other professionals which ensures she remains up to date on the current and changing face of the law.