Dinah Loeb specialises in complex family litigation. With more than 20 years’ legal experience having qualified as a solicitor in 1990, as a mediator in 2002 and a barrister in 2004, Dinah is experienced across both sides of the profession so is able to support lay and professional clients through the litigation process.
Dinah is experienced in all courts including the Court of Appeal, undertaking work on the South Eastern Circuit, Western Circuit and London. Dinah is qualified to take on direct access work.Financial Remedies
In financial disputes and solutions, Dinah’s main areas of practice are:
- Ancillary relief on divorce/ civil partnership dissolution
- Claims under the Inheritance Act (Provision for Families and Dependants)
- Financial claims on behalf of children
- Property disputes between unmarried couples
Dinah is regularly instructed in complex middle- and high-net-worth cases including disputes involving
businesses, asset tracing and property held overseas or by third parties.
- Acting for husband in financial proceedings where wife unsuccessfully alleged husband was concealing his assets.
- Successfully protecting assets held in one party's sole name after a long marriage.
- Acting for father in proceedings under Schedule 1 Children Act where the mother is seeking to challenge a CMS assessment.
- Advising and representing appellant in relation to an outright transfer of property under Schedule 1 Children Act.
- Representing the claimant in a contested probate dispute.
- Representing a mother intervening in divorce proceedings to protect her interest in properties held in the husband and wife's names.
- Acting for a father in High Cost care proceedings involving NAI and neglect.
Dinah is regularly instructed on behalf of parents seeking child arrangement orders and is experienced in cases involving applications to remove children permanently from the UK, international child abduction and private law guardian cases.
- Child arrangement orders concerning where children live and how much family contact they should have Disputes regarding education
- Disputes regarding medical treatment
- Applications to remove children from the jurisdiction
- Child abduction, to and from the jurisdiction