Dianne Millen is an Associate of Morton Fraser and advises clients on all aspects of family and incapacity law.
She specialises in resolving the financial and child-related issues that arise when couples separate, with a particular interest in international divorce and high-value cases involving complex assets. She has recently worked with clients with connections to Canada, Dubai, New Zealand and Pakistan, and writes regularly about expat and overseas divorce issues. Dianne also advises on private adoption (including international adoption), post-cohabitation claims, and pre-nuptial and pre-cohabitation agreements.
Dianne also leads Morton Fraser's adults with incapacity practice, advising the relatives of adults who are unable to manage their own affairs and applying for protective court orders where required.
Having qualified as a solicitor after a successful career in public sector management, Dianne maintains an interest in professional development, holding an accredited qualification in coaching/mentoring and supporting mentoring programmes run by the Law Society and Napier University. As part of her role, she also provides professional support to the Family Law team in knowledge management, practice development and business process redesign.
She is a former Trustee and Vice-Chair of the Board of Fife Gingerbread, a charity which supports vulnerable and disadvantaged families.