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Katie Skinner

Chartered Legal Executive Senior Associate

Many thanks for your advice and support throughout. Your approach and professionalism was much appreciated.

Client of Katie

Katie advises on all aspects of family law with extensive experience in dealing with divorcefinancial matterscohabitation disputes, arrangements for children upon separation and domestic abuse matters.

Katie is dedicated to providing a professional, calm and client focused service to her clients. She is affable in what can be difficult and sensitive circumstances.

Katie joined Rayden Solicitors in September 2022. Katie qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Legal Executives in August 2012 and is regulated by CILEX regulation. Prior to joining Rayden she worked for a small boutique specialist family law firm in Hertfordshire. Katie has worked in family law since 2005.

Katie is a member of Resolution, an organisation of lawyers dedicated to resolving family matters in a constructive and non-confrontational manner.

Katie is based in our Harpenden office.

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Katie is supported by Gaynor Bush. Email Gaynor.

Many thanks for your advice and support throughout. Your approach and professionalism was much appreciated.

Client of Katie

And a huge thank you for your incredible support and professionalism throughout. I have felt in safe hands throughout as you have guided me to the end.

Client of Katie

Our joint determination, tenacity and stamina, has succeeded in achieving a just result and I thank you, and your team for all your support.

Client of Katie

Thank you very much to each of you for your support throughout this process and for having my children’s best interests at heart. It’s been a really difficult and emotional time for me to navigate and I really do appreciate all of your hard work on this with me. 

Client of Katie

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