Kiran is a Family Law specialist and Senior Associate who heads our Family department, the Family Law Portal. Kiran qualified as a solicitor on 17 August 2015 and was made an Associate Partner in 2022.
Kiran is a member of Resolution and promotes a constructive approach to family issues that considers the needs of the whole family. Having practised privately in the City and in North London, Kiran is highly experienced in divorce/financial relief proceedings, proceedings for unmarried couples and private children/family law.
Kiran has extensive child law experience having acted in B (Children: Uncertain Perpetrator)  EWCA Civ 575 before the Court of Appeal and has worked for Local Authorities on public children cases. Her clients would describe Kiran as an articulate solicitor with an ability to develop creative case strategies and find innovative solutions. Having started her career as a project manager she runs her cases timely and with precision.
Kiren prides herself in excellent communication skills and ability to build strong relationships with clients whilst providing appropriate and effective legal advice at all times.
Kiran is supervised by James Compton.
There is a common perception that when married, it is a person’s ‘obligation’ to satisfy their partner sexually on the terms of their partner. It is a difficult subject for many to discuss or seek legal advice, so we have created this join article to address some of the myths and where the law stands on non-consensual sex in a marriage and whether it constitutes martial rape.
On Valentine’s Day you see a lovely array of proposals on social media capturing the moment or that all important beautiful ring. After taking a moment to enjoy the romantic aspect of commitment that two people are making to one another, as a family lawyer you start to think about the practical element of both parties protecting themselves should the marriage end.
During the lockdown, the BBC published an article highlighting the increased number of calls to advice and supportive helplines. It was reported that the National Domestic Abuse Helpline had more that 40,000 calls in the first few months of lockdown.
Over the past couple of weeks, there has been substantial media interest in respect to the interview of Harry and Megan and the intricacies they have faced in their marriage.
On Saturday 7th November 2020, the UAE government announced that there would be changes to their existing laws relating to civil and personal rights, effective immediately.
When the UK entered into the first lockdown in March 2020, separated parents struggled to access information about whether the arrangements for child contact between both parents’ respective households could continue.