Biography

Aimee studied English Literature at the University of Leeds, graduating in 2016 with upper second-class honors. She went on to complete her GDL during the weekends at the University of Law, Manchester in 2019 and graduated with a commendation. In July 2021 she obtained her LPC with a distinction from the University of Law, Liverpool and a Masters with distinction in August 2021. Aimee qualified in September 2021 and was awarded the Liverpool Law Society Rupert Brenmer prize for achievement in her professional exams.

Before joining Bross Bennett in March 2024, Aimee worked at a leading firm in the north-west for 7 and a half years. She advises on all aspects of family law arising from the breakdown of a marriage including divorce and financial remedy proceedings, often where there are disputes of a complex financial or international nature. Aimee regularly advises on cases involving high net worth business interests, complex pension arrangements and overseas assets. She also advises on complex private law children matters including relocation applications, residence and contact disputes, parental alienation and allegations of harm and abuse.

 Aimee adopts a diligent and forensic approach to each case. With an empathetic and approachable nature, she is committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for her clients. She prides herself on her approachable nature and works collaboratively with experts to address matters constructively and to create bespoke solutions on separation.