Areas Of Practice
Miss Targett-Parker is a specialist family practitioner who represents local authorities, parents, grandparents, intervenors and guardians.
- Public Law (Care and Adoption)
- Private Law Children
- International Children Cases
- Relocation and Abduction (domestic and international)
- Matrimonial applications including declarations, defended divorce and nullity applications.
- Financial Remedy
- Inherent Jurisdiction
- Judicial Review
- Direct Access Instructions accepted
Miss Targett-Parker has undertaken vulnerable witness training.
Miss Targett-Parker is a pupil supervisor and advocacy trainer for Lincoln’s Inn where she teaches on courses for both pupils and new practitioners as well as being a mentor for Lincoln’s Inn.
Miss Targett-Parker has been a Bar Council Representative since 2016, is a member of the General Management Council for the Bar and chairs the Bar Council’s Pro Bono & Social Responsibility Committee.
Miss Targett- Parker is the treasurer for the Human Rights Lawyers’ Association.
Miss Targett-Parker is the treasurer and founding member of Women in Family Law.
Temple Legal Centre (TLC)
Miss Targett-Parker founded TLC in July 2013 providing free, family legal advice for people who are unable to afford a lawyer. There are weekly clinics in London or Liverpool providing family advice. Miss Targett Parker is the Chair of the Board of Trustees and a senior advisor.
Miss Targett – Parker trained as a certified accountant with Lloyds of London going on to be the Financial Director of a property company and then running her own corporate entertainment company specialising in yachting events.
Miss Targett- Parker was a local councillor in Lambeth from 2010 – 2014, where she was the Chair of Licensing for the full term as well as co-chairing a working group to draft Lambeth’s Licensing Policy. She chaired the first Early Morning Restriction Order (EMRO) hearing in the UK.
Miss Targett- Parker runs the blog therealdomesticgoddess.co.uk
- Lincoln’s Inn
- Inner Temple (Ad Eundem)
- Human Right’s Lawyers’ Association
- Women in Family Law
Re B (Children)  EWCA Civ 1172
Aladeselu & Ors v SSHD  EWCA Civ 144
Re S (a child)  EWCA Civ 926