Our family team has become recognised as the ones to watch in the profession.
Their approach to managing issues relating to children, and finances, is unparalleled. From the art of listening and taking time to get to know and understand each and every client, advising on alternative dispute resolution and mediation to mitigate costs and collateral - unpicking complex issues and spearheading a department of unrivalled strength and depth advising on all aspects of family law.
We take time to understand the issues our clients face, and help them achieve the best possible outcome both in relation to their children and their finances.
Our lawyers have particular expertise in unravelling complicated trusts, identifying assets held within companies and advising on complex cross-border issues.
When required, we are supported by experts in our Tax Litigation and Trust and Probate Litigation teams, and select law firms in other jurisdictions.
Our team is at the forefront of taking a collaborative approach to divorce and family issues and, when appropriate, we use arbitration and mediation as an alternative to court proceedings. A number of our partners are accredited mediators and arbitrators.
Removing the fear from divorce: The benefits of family arbitration
Arbitration is an excellent form of dispute resolution when you want to settle matters out of court.
Giving your children a voice when a relationship breaks down
With the right support, your separation can have a positive outcome which has you and your children’s best interests at heart.
Early Neutral Evaluation vs. Mediation: What’s the difference?
Here, we break down the differences between mediation, and the less well-known option of early neutral evaluation (ENE).
Is mediation compulsory for family matters? Should it be?
We understand that a relationship breakdown is hard enough without having to learn a whole new legal language.
Should I go private? Private FDR Explained
Sorting out your finances after a separation is complex, and can become stressful. Our mission is to bring clarity to negotiations, unravel complex issues and make the process much less stressful for our clients.
On Monday, 8th June 2020, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill passed its first hurdle in the House of Commons.
Arrangements for Children in Separated Households
In light of the uncertainty and confusion caused by the current Covid-19 pandemic, the issue of arrangements for children in separated households is one which needs urgent clarity.
Advice for Grandparents
For grandparents across the country, the recent Covid-19 pandemic has created – perhaps more than for any other demographic – a great deal of anxiety and concern