Ranjit practises in all areas of family law. He regularly represents local authorities, parents and children in public law proceedings. He is frequently instructed in private law matters, including international family law cases. Ranjit also acts for a wide range of clients in financial work at all levels of complexity including acting for clients who reside overseas.
Ranjit has particular experience in public law proceedings concerning non-accidental injuries. He is regularly instructed in lengthy finding of fact hearings, final hearings and appeals, together with interim hearings and interlocutory applications.
Ranjit also represents clients in international family law cases and has appeared in the High Court in child abduction matters. Ranjit is frequently instructed on behalf of clients in private law proceedings concerning contact and residence disputes, cases involving domestic violence or alleged domestic abuse and complex finding of fact hearings.
Additionally, he acts for a wide range of clients in financial work at all levels of complexity including acting for clients who reside overseas.
Ranjit continues to develop a practice in the Court of Protection, acting both in financial and welfare cases and has a particular interest in this area of law and its crossover with the family jurisdiction.
He regularly supports training events, seminars and lectures for all his clients and is keen to discuss any particular training needs his clients may have.