Sabuhi specialises in matrimonial finance, family property, divorce and nullity and children's cases. Highly-regarded for her in-depth knowledge and excellent advocacy skills, she inspires confidence in her clients and never loses sight of the intensely personal nature of family law cases.
Commended by the solicitors she works with as a 'safe pair of hands' and professional, reliable and efficient', she's known for the 'thoroughness of her preparation, her forensic approach, robust advocacy and astute negotiation'. Clients find her 'very approachable' and appreciate her clear advice and attentive manner.
As well as being a Barrister, Sabuhi is a trained Mediator and Collaborative lawyer.
She accepts Direct Access / Public access cases on a case-by- case basis.
Finance and Divorce
Sabuhi's experience in Family property and Finance, Divorce and Nullity is wide ranging and encompasses small, medium and big money cases. She has particular expertise in cases involving:
Contested Nullity and divorce proceedings
Declarations as to marital status
Maintenance pending suit, Financial provision and Property Adjustment Orders including pension sharing and attachment orders
Restraining future disposals and dealing with property
Avoiding Disposition Orders
Financial Relief after overseas proceedings
Cases with complicating factors such as an international dimension, businesses, companies and cases with significant debts or insolvency issues
Sabuhi has extensive experience in all aspects of private children law representing parents and children including:
All forms of Section 8 Children Act 1989 applications,( including matters involving allegations of physical or sexual abuse; cultural, religious or racial issues)
Cases involving a foreign element (including applications for leave to remove children from the Jurisdiction)
Cases where psychiatric or other medical evidence relating either to parents or children is required
Special Guardianship applications
Sabuhi has extensive experience in cases involving domestic violence and fact finding hearings (both for the alleged perpetrators and the alleged victim). She has been involved in numerous difficult and protracted fact finding hearings including those with an alleged criminal element or concurrent criminal proceedings.
- Family Finance
- Dispute Resolution
- Children (Private Law)
Appointments & Memberships
- Family Law Bar Association (FLBA)
- Lincoln's Inn
Abbassi v Abbassi and Another  AWCA Civ 355
RE S (Change of Names Cultural Factors)  2 FLR 1005
RE K (Sprecific Issue Order)  2 FLR 280