This site is for you if:
You are in the middle of a children dispute.
You need a visa to be in the UK with your children or other family members.
I empower people not to be afraid to use the law in asserting their rights but at the same time avoiding drawn-out conflicts. I pride myself in not just ticking the box but thinking outside the box. While others are sleeping I’m awake thinking of solutions for issues that my clients are facing (really!)
I specialise in family immigration and family law. In particular, I earnestly promote the need for children to have a quality relationship with both parents following a separation. I abhor the situation we see in the UK today where, following separation, many children become estranged from a parent (mostly from their fathers) for no legitimate reason other than a mother’s (sorry ladies!) hostility.
With immigration, I am especially passionate that families should stay together. I believe it is very much due to the state of the economy in many third world countries that cause families to separate where one or more family member moves to another country to support those left back home. Whenever, people have the right to live together in the UK as a family unit I will do my utmost to help them achieve this.
I created this blog to be a resource for parents of young children who are struggling to resolve issues about their children and family life. Around this blog and on my social media pages there is tons of high value information for people in this category.
Why me? As a Solicitor, I will give you easy to understand insights into the area of law that relate to your concerns.
As a mother of 4… I know first-hand the dynamics of raising a young family and how as parents we can’t expect to be perfect. But that doesn’t mean that you should be stopped from seeing your children. I’ve experienced family change and upheaval…and I can easily draw on that experience to deliver practical advice alongside legal solutions.
As far as immigration goes, I am a second-generation immigrant of Caribbean descent. I also have very strong ties with the African community in the West Midlands through my own family and social life. I understand first-hand just how important immigration issues are to family life.
I can be contacted for advice, networking and speaking engagements – So feel free to call me at Toussaints Solicitors, Birmingham on 0121 523 5050 or
Click here to book your “Immigration status check”.
Click here to book me to speak at your event.
Oh, and be sure to let me know if there are any topics that you’d like to see on my blog!