Charmian Jackson

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Family - Finance

Charmian regularly appears for applicants, respondents and interveners at all stages of proceedings, including multi-day final hearings, under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 and the Civil Partnership Act 2004. She also represents parties in applications pursuant to the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 and applications under Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989.

Charmian excels in cases involving children and parents with disabilities or mental health issues and those with debt and state benefits considerations. The cases in which she is instructed also frequently involve debt and bankruptcy issues, public and private sector pension provision, business assets, the alleged concealment of wealth, inherited wealth and significant pre- or post-relationship acquired assets. Charmian has a particular interest in cases where there is an overlap between the Family Court and the Court of Protection.

Charmian is known for quickly identifying the most important aspects of a case, and for taking a command of matters in Court. She is also known for her personable approach, particularly with vulnerable clients, and is adept at swiftly building a rapport with clients, to ensure that they feel at ease and have confidence in her representation. Charmian seeks to work collaboratively with the client and solicitor to achieve the best possible outcome.


Bar Vocational Course – Nottingham Law School

Bachelor of Laws (Hons) – University of Nottingham

Public Access accredited


West Midlands FLBA

Resolution West Midlands Committee Member

Deputy District Judge – Midlands Circuit

St Ives Chambers Management Committee and Complaints Panel



Chambers and Partners 2021: “Sensitive and insightful counsel. A safe pair of hands, particularly in financial matters.” “She offers no-nonsense advice and is extremely practical and intuitive.” “She has an excellent manner with clients – direct but diplomatic when required. Her strength is the speed at which she picks up detail and retains it.”

Chambers & Partners 2020: “She calls upon considerable experience and is a calming influence with clients who brings solid authority to matters.” “She has a remarkable memory and eye for details, and makes clients feel at ease, giving excellent advice in a diplomatic manner. She’s also a formidable advocate.”

Chambers & Partners 2019: “A brilliant advocate and an expert in both children and financial matters. She is clear with her advice, great with clients and very attentive.” “Knowledgeable and very good on her feet.”

Chambers & Partners 2018: “She is a seriously excellent advocate who shows experience well beyond her year of qualification – a rising star.”

Chambers and Partners 2017: “A rising star who is not only a safe pair of hands but is showing a true flair for advocacy. She is clear in her advice to clients and has confidence when articulating her case before the court.”

Chambers & Partners 2016: “She is brilliant; always has a good grasp of the papers, she is good in court and great with the clients.” “She is calm as anything – a very safe pair of hands, well prepared, and puts the client at ease.”

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