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Kirstie Moore

Areas of Practice


  • Family

  • Public Access

Kirstie Moore

LLB. LLM (Merit).
Called 1994
Middle Temple


Head of Chambers (Joint)


Kirstie specialises in all areas of family law including:


Private law proceedings.

  • contact/residence disputes.

  • specific issue/prohibited steps applications.

  • enforcement issues.

  • complex cases involving multiple parties, expert evidence, jurisdictional issues, risk assessments, international relocation and involvement of a children's Guardian.


Public law proceedings.

  • care, supervision and placement proceedings.

  • special guardianship.

  • complex cases involving significant expert evidence, non-accidental injuries, neglect and sexual abuse.


Financial provision.

  • ancillary relief.

  • financial provision for children.

  • trusts of land claims (TOLATA cases).

  • cohabitee disputes.

  • Inheritance Act claims.



  • domestic violence (non-molestation order).

  • housing act.

  • harrassment injunctions.

  • enforcement.


Kirstie is an experienced advocate who works hard to achieve the best outcomes for her clients. She has an informal and approachable manner, and is regularly instructed to represent vulnerable clients such as those with learning difficulties, mental health issues or diverse social and cultural needs.


Kirstie is registered with the Bar Council to undertake direct public access work.


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