Kate is a civil barrister who advises and represents clients in a broad range of property, personal injury and commercial disputes.
She acts for individuals, business owners and charities. She is commended for her expertise in resolving disputes and considered approach to client care.
Kate appears in Court on an almost daily basis and has developed strong advocacy skills as a result. She also provides written advice on a range of matters relating to property, personal injury, employment and contracts.
Kate deals with all aspects of property litigation. She has experience of disputes concerning the sale of land, mortgage possession claims, residential and commercial landlord and tenant matters.
She advises freeholders, leaseholders and tenants on service charge disputes, boundary disputes and right of way disputes.
Kate advises and represents clients in a broad range of commercial and contractual disputes both at trial and through the mediation process.
In addition, Kate has experience of challenging consumer credit agreements under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 for an unfair relationship.
Kate also advises clients on data protection and subject access requests.
Kate acts for claimants and defendants in personal injury claims. She also provides advice on liability and claim value.
Moreover, Kate has experience of general civil litigation including: personal insolvency, debt recovery, charging orders, orders for sale, interim applications and case management hearings.
“Thank you for the excellent service you gave me. It took a huge weight of worry and stress off my shoulders.” (March 2020)
“Thank you very much for your advice on Friday. Great result for our client.” (November 2019)
“Throughout this case, I feel that I have received good quality and accurate advice. Kate’s representation of me at the Court was exactly what I required.” (November 2018)
“Miss Richmond was super efficient at our Possession hearing. We Would have no hesitation in using your services again in future. It made going to Court a far more pleasant experience overall having Miss Richmond’s wealth of knowledge in dealing with a slightly tricky Possession.” (September 2018)