Pippa is an Associate in the firm's family department.
Her practice encompasses a broad range of areas including divorce and the financial consequences of relationship breakdown, pre-nuptial agreements and post-nuptial agreements and private law children matters (including surrogacy).
Areas of Practice
Education & Qualification
University of Manchester
Qualified as a solicitor in 2021 and trained with Boodle Hatfield
Recommended by Pippa
The Surrogacy Landscape Podcast is a three-part series brought to you by the Family Law team at Boodle Hatfield. The series discusses the legal implications of growing a family via surrogacy, to help couples and individuals get to grips with the landscape at the outset to ensure that their journey to parenthood is smooth and safe for all involved. The series looks at the full surrogacy lifecycle, the practicalities that need to be considered and the law that currently governs the process in the UK.Read more 7 min read 22 Sep 2022 The legal considerations surrounding surrogacy
In the Solicitors Journal, Family Partner, Harriet Errington and Associate, Pippa Cook explore the law surrounding international and domestic surrogacy and argue the need for reform.Read more 5 min read 01 Nov 2023 Part III applications – striking the right balance
In The Law Society Gazette, Family Partner, Harriet Errington outlines how Part III of the Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984 (“part III”) is a powerful, but often misunderstood, area of the law.Read more 9 min read 24 Oct 2023 A digital inheritance – cryptocurrency, death & divorce
More and more owners of digital assets are starting to consider how they can pass the assets on as part of their succession planning. Head of Private Wealth, Hayden Bailey explains all.Read more