Tina Villarosa (1995)

Tina Villarosa (1995)

Membership Status: Barrister - Full Member Qualified in 1995 Public Access Accredited

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General Information

Main areas of practice:

Since being called to the Bar in July 1995 Tina has practised exclusively in all areas of Family Law. She specialises in Matrimonial Finance, Cohabitee Disputes, Enforcement of Maintenance Orders, often with an international element. She also undertakes children disputes including Child Abduction and applications to remove children from the jurisdiction and disputes concerning jurisdiction and forum.

Tina accepts Public Access instructions.

Additional Experience:

Qualified Mediator

Chairs school Admission Appeals

School Governor

Fluent in Italian.

Interesting cases:

In the matter of M (Children) (No 2) [2015] EWHC 1433 (Fam); [2015] Fam Law 893 (Fam Div)

Asif Malik and Sara Kiran will not have their children taken into care and can have their British passports returned, Sir James Munby has ruled in a coda given to his judgment in Re. M (Children). Sir James said reports by social workers concluded the couple no longer pose a risk to their children.Earlier in 2015 the Muslim couple were feared to be travelling to Islamic State with their children.

In the matter of M (Children) [2015 EWHC 1433 (Fam) (8th May 2015)

In the matter of 180 Irregular Divorces, AGATA RAPISARDA and IVAN COLLADON [2014] EWFC 1406 (8th May 2014)

In the matter of 180 Irregular Divorces, AGATA RAPISARDA and IVAN COLLADON [2014] EWFC 1406 (30th September 2014)

NP and KRP  [2013] EWHC 694 (Fam)

Membership:

Family Law Bar Association

Committee member of the British Italian Law Association

Trustee of the British Italian Society

Personal : Married with 2 children. Loves art, music and travel.

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Publications

RE: K (children) [2016] EWCA 99 (19th February 2016)

In the matter of M (Children) (No 2) [2015] EWHC 1433 (Fam); [2015] Fam Law 893 (Fam Div) (20th October 2015)

Asif Malik and Sara Kiran will not have their children taken into care and can have their British passports returned, Sir James Munby has ruled in a coda given to his judgment in Re. M (Children). Sir James said reports by social workers concluded the couple no longer pose a risk to their children.Earlier in 2015 the Muslim couple were feared to be travelling to Islamic State with their children.

In the matter of M (Children) [2015 EWHC 1433 (Fam) (8th May 2015)

In the matter of 180 Irregular Divorces, AGATA RAPISARDA and IVAN COLLADON [2014] EWFC 1406 (8th May 2014)

In the matter of 180 Irregular Divorces, AGATA RAPISARDA and IVAN COLLADON [2014] EWFC 1406 (30th September 2014)

NP and KRP [2013] EWHC 694 (Fam)

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