- Divorce, separation and relationship breakdown
- Financial claims in respect of properties, other assets, debts, pensions and maintenance
- Occupation of the family home and domestic violence
- Disputes relating to all aspects of the upbringing of children
Eugenie is a solicitor who has practised exclusively in family law for over 10 years. She spent the first seven years of her career at Central London law firms where she gained invaluable experience.
Eugenie’s work is centred on family finances, including complex multi-million pound financial provision cases. She also has a particular interest in children cases, and as a governor of a local school has gained useful insight. As well as bringing legal expertise, Eugenie strives to build a caring and supportive relationship with her clients, guiding them through the most overwhelming times of their lives. She keenly assesses each client’s situation and tailors an approach best suited to achieve the optimum result.
Eugenie’s client base includes company directors, professionals and musicians. She occasionally advises Eastern European individuals as she has an understanding of their cultures and speaks Bulgarian fluently.
Eugenie is a member of Resolution and the Hampshire Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Some of the highlights of Eugenie’s experience include:
- advising on appropriate financial provision and settling cases involving businesses, trusts and overseas assets;
- acting for a client with an extensive property portfolio and agreeing a suitable financial settlement;
- resolving complicated children cases, often with an international element;
- acting for a father in a high conflict case and obtaining a court order to reverse the status quo, so that his daughter is removed from the mother’s care and is placed to live with him
- advising in respect of entrenched cohabitee disputes and reaching resolutions both within and outside the court arena; and
- successfully negotiating the terms of co-habitation and separation agreements.
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I had a rather difficult legal problem arise recently and was advised to see Eugenie Taylor. Both my partner and myself found Eugenie excellent. Eugenie treated us with empathy, a genuinely caring nature and listened to our concerns.
What we liked was Eugenie talks to you and not at you. Gives advice and options based on her experience, information provided and evidence researched.
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Eugenie genuinely cares for her clients and goes above and beyond to help them. Eugenie does what she promises and keeps you informed, this gives the client piece of mind in uncertain times for them.
Thanks for your support throughout this, for me it has been an emotional roller-coaster, your steady support throughout has been greatly appreciated, as was your openness and understanding during our meeting. I was still very much in two minds about taking any further action at that time, but I found your professional approach and due consideration comforting and filled me with enough confidence to proceed with actions.