Nicola Logan hosts West Sussex YRes Webinar - Mar 2023
Nicola Logan joined Chambers as a tenant in October 2022, following the successful completion of her pupillage. Nicola accepts instructions in both Private and Public Family Law as well as Financial Remedy matters.
Prior to joining the Bar, Nicola worked as a paralegal at a specialist Family Law firm assisting mostly in Private Children and Financial Remedy matters. Nicola has also volunteered as a mentor for Sussex pathways meeting with offenders both inside Lewes prison and in the community, as well as with the Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group meeting with individuals detained in Brook House.
Children (Private Law)
Nicola is regularly instructed in private law cases at all stages of proceedings and has represented Applicants and Respondents as well as Guardians.
Nicola has been instructed in cases involving a range of issues including relocation, domestic abuse, sexual abuse, substance misuse, and mental health difficulties
Nicola advises and represents parties at all stages of Financial Remedy proceedings.
Nicola has been instructed in cases involving complex health needs of spouses and children, intervenors, and non-disclosure.
Nicola is regularly instructed to represent both Applicants and Respondents in proceedings concerning applications for Non-Molestation and Occupation Orders.
Nicola has represented parties both in ‘stand-alone’ applications as well as applications which are being heard alongside private children proceedings.
Nicola is regularly instructed in care proceedings and accepts instructions from Local Authorities, parents and Guardians.
Nicola has also been instructed to appear in FDAC proceedings.
Welcoming Nicola Logan as a new tenant - Oct 2022
Nicola Logan and Natasha Isaac discuss ‘What’s New for Financial Remedies in 2022?’ - Feb 2022