Caroline Mockford is a Partner at Lupton Fawcett and is Head of the Ecclesiastical department.
Caroline specialises in ecclesiastical law and is Registrar of the Diocese of York and Registrar of the Province of York. Her work includes advising in relation to trust issues, works to historic churches, disciplinary matters and marriage preliminaries. She is a member of the Ecclesiastical Law Society and is involved in the training of both clergy and lay people within the Church of England.
Caroline also has over thirty years expertise in wills, probate, trust and capital tax planning.
She is also a member of the Institute of Directors and past Chairman of the Lincolnshire Branch.
- 1983 Graduated from the University of Sheffield
- 1984 Qualified as a Solicitor
- 2008 Appointed as the Registrar of the Diocese of Lincoln
- 2014 Became a Director at Lupton Fawcett
- 2015 Appointed Registrar of the Province of York
- 2017 Appointed Registrar of Tribunals for the Province of York
- Law Society
- Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
- Ecclesiastical Law Association
- Ecclesiastical Law Society
- Institute of Directors (past Chairman of Lincolnshire Branch)
When not at work
It is almost impossible to be involved in ecclesiastical law and not to have an interest in old buildings. When Caroline isn't finding new places to explore, she loves to get into the outdoors to enjoy the countryside or work in the garden, with the aim of ultimately being able to sit back with a glass of wine sampling the fruits of her labour.