Family Law in Partnership is an award-winning team of specialist family lawyers, mediators, arbitrators and family consultants

Carla Ditz

Associate

Assistant

Carla has been working as the firm’s Professional Support Lawyer since March 2018. Having worked as an associate at Family Law in Partnership since 2010, Carla has experience of dealing with all aspects of private family law including divorce and cohabitation, matters concerning children and parenting as well as relationship agreements.

Carla uses her experience as a family lawyer to promote and enhance internal learning and development of the lawyers at Family Law in Partnership. She works closely with her colleagues at Family Law in Partnership as well as professionals outside the firm to develop a comprehensive know-how structure at Family Law in Partnership and provides support for associates, consultants and directors on an ongoing basis.

After graduating from the London School of Economics (BSc Accounting and Finance), Carla went on to complete her Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, London. Carla joined Family Law in Partnership in 2008 and qualified as a solicitor in 2010.

Carla is a member of Resolution and has had articles published in the Solicitors Journal, Family Law and LexisNexis.

Carla’s recent blogs and articles include:

The Inheritance Tax Burden And Civil Partnerships For Cohabiting Siblings: Right Idea, Wrong Approach?

What Makes Relationships Thrive?

The Voice Of The Child: During Family Breakdown And Beyond

Foreign Pre-Nup, English Divorce? What’s The Deal?

Civil Partnerships For All? The Debate Continues

Can A Wife Share In Income Earned After Separation?

Making A Financial Claim Against A Deceased Person’s Estate – Claims Under The Inheritance (Provision For Family And Dependents) Act 1975

Representing Yourself In Family Proceedings?

The New Divorce Petition Form, Adultery And The Significance Both Generally And In The Jewish Faith

Coping With A Troubled Relationship Over The Festive Period

Pets And Divorce – Who Keeps The Family Pet?

The Recognition Of Same-Sex Marriages Abroad

Civil Partnerships Vs. Marriage – The Face Of Modern Day Relationships And Why Reform Is Needed

‘Calling It Off’ – Broken Engagements And Who Keeps What

Dividing Pre Marriage Assets On Divorce – New Case

How To Fund A University Education

“Dear Sam” – High Court Judge Delivers Judgment In The Form Of A Letter

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