EH (Supervision Order)  EWCC B78 (Fam)
Dylan has specialised in family law for the past 20 years. His work covers the range of private client cases, including matrimonial finance, and he has considerable experience in representing professional clients and parents within public law proceedings. Dylan accepts public access instructions and regularly delivers CPD-accredited lectures.
Dylan has considerable experience in private law proceedings. In addition to contact disputes and disputes as to where and with whom a child should live, his recent cases have included applications for permission to relocate overseas and private law applications under the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008.
Dylan is a child care advocate with considerable experience gained in representing local authorities, parents, Children’s Guardians and the Official Solicitor within care proceedings. The care proceedings often involve complex allegations of sexual abuse or serious non-accidental injury. Recent cases have included representing children in radicalisation cases and inter jurisdictional placements.
Medway Council v G and Others  EWHC 1681 (Fam)
Re K (Order Delay)  EWHC 2090 (Fam)
Dylan is experienced in matrimonial finance cases, proceedings involving cohabitation disputes and claims under Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989. Recent cases include arguments as to the application of res judicata in maintenance disputes.
N v N (Child Maintenance)  EWHC 514 (Fam)
Dylan has experience in cases involving the international movement of children, including Hague and non-Hague abductions and the recognition and enforcement of foreign orders pursuant to Brussels II and the 1996 Hague Convention. Recent abduction cases have included representing an Italian father in High Court proceedings (seeking the return of the children to Italy) and representing a Lithuanian mother seeking to defend an allegation of abduction and for permission to remain in the UK. Dylan has also undertaken international and domestic relocation cases, most recently in obtaining permission for a non-consensual relocation to the U.S.A.
Family Law Bar Association
Human Rights Lawyers Association