Kaylee Justham joined Rainer Hughes Solicitors August 2023 as a Solicitor in the Family Department. Kaylee has over 10 years’ experience working in Family Law, starting off as a paralegal and Trainee Solicitor in which she qualified as a Solicitor in May 2018. Kaylee provides a wide range of services to her clients to include all aspects of family matters to include; matrimonial matters, cohabitation disputes and private children matters. Kaylee also has experience with drafting Wills, Legal Power of Attorneys and Deeds of Trusts.
Kaylee regularly represents her clients in Court and prides herself on her friendly, approachable, direct and forward-thinking manner. Kaylee understands the needs of her clients and strives to act in their best interests in helping them to achieve the best possible results.
Kaylee is considered an extremely safe pair of hands and is dedicated to listening to her clients and aiming to make the process as stress free as possible.
- Kaylee has acted for numerous clients in divorce proceedings and has been successful in obtaining divorces for unknown whereabouts or where parties have failed to respond. One particular case, client was resident in the UK, other side was resident abroad. Parties had only briefly met prior to marriage in which they had not seen each other since the day of the wedding. Kaylee was able to conduct all relevant searches and provide the necessary evidence to the Court in which the application was successfully granted on the grounds of unknown whereabouts.
- Kaylee was successful in obtaining a Financial Order for a client, whereby the other side had moved abroad, was entirely obstructive and failed to engage in proceedings.
- Acted for a client in respect of a non-molestation application, divorce and financial proceedings together with children proceedings. Kaylee was successful in representing her client in all aspects of the matters in which very good results were obtained in favour of her client.
- Kaylee was successful in obtaining the safe return of the children from a mother who had absconded with the children abroad. There were safeguarding concerns in which the Court found that it was in the best interests of the children to be returned to their original home of where their support network and schools were.
- Acted for a client in which immediate action was taken to remove the children where there were safeguarding concerns in which a transfer of residence was ordered.
- Kaylee was successful by way of an Occupation Order in returning a client and the children to the family home to the exclusion of an ex-partner.