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Charlotte has been a partner at bwg since 2010.
She is a specialist in family law, law of persons and their assets, as well as guardianship regimes (adults and minors).
Charlotte has been elected member of the Conseil National des Barreaux in November 2020.
Charlotte is both thorough and technically minded. She “takes on a case in order to help it move forward and bring it to a conclusion” and intervenes mainly on demanding matters:
– Divorces with patrimonial stakes
– Protected adults and guardians, minors: she advises and assists in particular families exposed to a situation of vulnerability (handicapped child, elderly parent) or people wishing to prepare for their own future vulnerability (mandate for future protection).
- Divorces and other separations
- Family crisis
- Family counselling
- Specialisation: Family law, law of persons and their assets, and guardianship regimes (adults and minors)
- Master of Advanced Studies (DEA) in General Private Law (University of Paris I)
- Elected member of the Conseil National des Barreaux
- Member of the IDFP (Institut du Droit de la Famille et du Patrimoine- Institute of Family and Estate Law)
- Member of the Paris office of the ACE (Association des Avocats Conseils d’Entreprise- Corporate Counsel Association)
- Trained in collaborative law and interest-based negotiation at Harvard University
- Co-editor of Reflexe Droit de la famille (Lextenso)
- Author of numerous articles on vulnerability (notably Gazette du Palais)
- Author of the practical points of Dalloz Action Famille
- Leads numerous training sessions and regularly participates in discussions on vulnerability; she has represented the CNB (Conseil national des barreaux- National Council of Bars) on the working group chaired by Anne Caron Déglise.