Kate Booth

Solicitor, Head of Family & Matrimonial

Areas of practice

Employee Navigation Family & Divorce

Kate joined BTTJ as Head of our Family and Matrimonial Department in October 2021. Kate qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and has specialised in family law throughout her career, at firms in Warwickshire and the West Midlands.

Kate deals with private family law cases including divorce and related financial matters, children, injunction and cohabitation issues. She also advises clients in connection with pre-nuptial and cohabitation agreements. Kate ensures that she is fully informed of developments in the law and has a thorough approach to the preparation of documents to ensure her clients’ interests are protected. She spends 100% of her time looking after family & matrimonial issues.

As a member of Resolution, Kate works in accordance with their Code of Practice to deal with matters in a constructive manner. Kate works with her clients to provide support and explore all options including not only the court process, but other methods of dispute resolution to best suit their individual needs.

Kate works across our Coventry & Warwick offices.

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Accredited member of Resolution

Latest blog posts...

Marriages in foreign countries leave UK couples at risk of legal complications

31st January 2024
News Plus

Tying the knot under blue skies in a hot, sunny country may seem the perfect dream for many couples amid the long, dark, freezing winter, but those shunning the UK to marry abroad run the risk of their union not being legally recognised in this country. Without legal registration of the marriage in their chosen destination, couples need to hold a legally recognised civil ceremony in the UK to...

Increase in blended families leads to rise in pre-nuptial agreement enquiries

22nd January 2024
News Plus

Step-families or blended families are one of the fastest growing types of families in the UK making up about a third of all UK households. More people planning their second, third or fourth marriage are entering into pre-nuptial agreements with their future spouse. Older people who have previously had a bad experience and are looking to re-marry are among those most commonly seeking a...