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Specialist areas
Adoption and Special Guardianship
Care Proceedings
Child Arrangements
Domestic Violence


Profile

Daniel Sheridan is an experienced child law practitioner specialising in public and private law proceedings. Daniel takes a compassionate and focused approach to his lay and professional clients. Daniel places the upmost importance on giving balanced, clear, evidenced-based advice to empower clients to make informed, mindful decisions. In the often emotionally charged and stressful environment of the Family Court, clients should feel enabled to make the right choices for their case.

Daniel acts on behalf of local authorities, parents, children’s guardians, competent children and intervenors in a wide range of cases:

• Serious non-accidental injury
• Fabricated and/or induced illness, including hospital intervenors
• Female Genital Mutilation
• Sexual abuse
• Concurrent criminal proceedings
• Human Rights Act claims arising from public law proceedings
• Chronic neglect
• Hearing impaired families
• Drug and alcohol abuse (including FDAC proceedings)
• Adoption including adoptions with international elements
• Special Guardianship
• Domestic Violence
• Child arrangements disputes, including intractable contact disputes

Education
University:
University of Sheffield (2007)

Law School:
Manchester Metropolitan University (2008)

Memberships
Family Law Bar Association
Inner Temple
The Medio-Legal Society

What our clients are saying
Daniel Sheridan is described as going beyond the call of duty and is a child focused and robust advocate. He has a reputation for his attention to detail and has fantastic client care skills. Daniel is listed as a leading junior in Family and Children Law in the legal 500.

Cases
Z (A Child), Re [2020] EWFC B13

A (fact finding, rib injuries), Re [2019] EWFC B89 (30 September 2019)

A Local Authority v A Mother & Ors [2019] EWCA Civ 799 (09 May 2019)

Northamptonshire County Council v M and N [2018] EWFC 82

Milton Keynes Council v A, B, X and Y (Muslim children, Special Guardianship) [2014] EWFC B102 (14 May 2014

OCC v B & T [2015] EWFC B73 (18 June 2013)

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