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Kendra McKinney

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Kendra McKinney

Kendra McKinney

Partner

People

Kendra McKinney

Kendra McKinney

Partner

Based in our Manchester office, Kendra McKinney is a partner who specialises in all aspects of family law. She has extensive experience in dealing with complex children law matters both for private individuals and the local authority.

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Based in our Manchester office, Kendra McKinney is a partner who specialises in all aspects of family law. She has extensive experience in dealing with complex children law matters both for private individuals and the local authority.

Regions covered
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A partner at our Manchester office, Kendra McKinney specialises in all aspects of family law. This includes:

  • Child arrangements
  • Complex contested children matters
  • Prohibited steps orders and specific issue orders
  • Divorce and dissolution of civil partnership 
  • Matrimonial finance matters 
  • Domestic abuse 
  • Injunctions 
  • Non-molestation orders and occupation orders 
  • Grandparent contacts with children 
  • Financial applications brought on behalf of children where the parents are unmarried
  • International children matters 
  • International and internal relocation of children
  • Special guardianship
  • Unmarried cohabitation disputes
  • Adoption 
  • Public law care proceedings

Kendra is routinely instructed in relation to financial proceedings arising out of divorce, often acting on behalf of high-net-worth individuals. She is also particularly adept at dealing with matters where there are substantial pension and business assets.

Kendra has extensive experience in dealing with complex children law matters both for private individuals and the local authority. She also represents parties in both children and divorce cases where elements of domestic and substance abuse are present.

Her past cases have involved issues arising in the United States, Europe, Africa and Asia. These included allegations of emotional, physical, psychological and/or sexual abuse, cultural and religious issues, and mental health issues. These have also involved intractable contact disputes.