Saima practises in Care Proceedings involving all types of non-accidental injury, sexual abuse, neglect and emotional harm.
Saima has extensive experience in representing Local Authorities, Parents, Guardians and the Official Solicitor in Children Act 1989 proceedings. She has acted in High Court cases on several occasions involving complex issues on behalf of the Guardian.
She has regularly represented Local Authorities in the criminal courts in cases involving Public Interest Immunity.
In Private Law Proceedings, Saima has regularly represented parents and children in complex and difficult cases of Contact, Residence, Domestic Violence Injunctions and Committals, and Removal from the Jurisdiction.
Her experience includes cases involving serious findings of fact involving allegations of physical, emotional and sexual abuse, implacable hostility and international relocation issues.
Saima has a particular interest in representing expatriates in the Middle East in all children matters.