February 20, 2012

Supporting Sports in the Local Community

Written by Catrin Stephens

Peter Lynn and Partners take pride in the fact that they contribute and sponsor a wide range of sporting clubs throughout South West Wales. One of those includes Neath Pony Club. Catrin Stephens a Family Law Solicitor based at the SA1 Head Office is actively involved in the club.
Catrin is a keen horse rider and her two children compete regularly for Neath Pony Club in the Mounted Games category. The Pony Club is an International Voluntary Youth Organisation for young people interested in ponies and riding.  It currently has 50,000 young members in the UK.

Members -  Neath Pony Club

Members of The Mounted Games Team at Neath Pony Club

At Neath Pony Club, members can receive instruction in show jumping, dressage, cross country showing and mounted games events.  The club has enjoyed a great deal of success in recent years competing at both local and national level.
In March 2012 two young riders Anna Lynch and Rebecca Jones will take part in The Welsh Mounted Games Trials at Builth Wells, where they hope to gain selection and go onto represent Wales at a major tournament.
Catrin is a highly experienced solicitor specialising in family & matrimonial law. Having graduated from Keele University in Staffordshire with a BA Hons in Law & English, Catrin went on to study at the College of Law, Chester before  pursuing her chosen career path of becoming a solicitor. She joined Peter Lynn & Partners in 2006. Catrin is an Accredited Member of The Law Society’s Family Law Panel and is an integral part of the Peter Lynn’s legal team at Swansea’s Head Office in Langdon House, SA1.
Family Law can be very emotive and Catrin understands the sensitivities associated with divorce, family disputes and residence and contact disputes over children. Catrin is also qualified as a family mediator.
Catrin’s subjects of expertise include:

  • Divorce
  • Financial release
  • Property issues
  • Cohabitation disputes
  • New civil partnership
  • Residence and contact with children
  • Domestic Violence

Contact: [email protected]