Nitu is a solicitor in the Family Law team and joined Tyrer Roxburgh initially as a Family Paralegal in August 2018. She commenced her training contract in November 2018 and qualified as a solicitor in September 2020.
Nitu gained a wide range of experience in all aspects of Family Law having worked as a Paralegal for a Local Authority and an established Family Law practice in North London. She has worked with senior solicitors in complex public law children cases and represented the local authority at pre-proceeding meetings. In private practice, she has gained experience in complex divorce and financial proceedings.
Since joining Tyrer Roxburgh, Nitu has continued to expand her experience in representing parents within care proceedings with the Local Authority. She is able to manage an extensive caseload which also includes private law children matters, care proceedings, and children cross border applications, as well as divorce and financial proceedings. Nitu’s experience also extends to advising and assisting client’s in injunction proceedings.
Nitu’s extensive experience so far stands her in a good position to manage her own caseload in all areas of family law matters and works in an efficient manner paying attention to minor detail. Nitu has the ability to ensure the clients are put at ease and is able to advise and navigate them through their cases when there may be highly emotional and contentious issues.
Nitu is also able to advise clients on Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorneys.
Nitu volunteers at the Citizen Advice Bureau in Haringey and Hearthstones Domestic Violence clinic providing pro bono advice. She is passionate about individuals having access to justice especially the most vulnerable in society and is actively involved in organising events to raise funds.
Nitu is a member of Resolution and adopts their code of practice when dealing with all family and children matters to ensure that cases are dealt with in a non-confrontational manner, when striving to reach the best possible outcome for her clients.
In her spare time, Nitu enjoys fine dining, trips to the theatre, and travelling, and enjoys nothing more than planning her next escape