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Firm Profile

Family Law in Partnership LTD

Firm Profile

London

  • Profile
  • 1 Neal Street
  • Covent Garden
  • London
  • Greater London
  • UK
  • WC2H 9QL

Firm profile submitted by Family Law in Partnership LTD


Based in Central London, this award winning team of specialist family lawyers, arbitrators, mediators and family consultants offers excellence across all aspects of family law with a distinctive client-centred approach.
Founded in 1995, Family Law in Partnership is widely recognised as one of the country’s leading family law practices and is renowned for its outstanding client service. The firm’s lawyers have extensive experience of acting for national and international HNW and UHNW individuals from all walks of life.

Number of Partners: 8
Number of Lawyers: 9 (excluding partners)
Languages: English, French, German

Key Contacts:

David Allison
Tel: +44 207 420 5000
Email: [email protected]

Gillian Bishop
Tel: +44 207 420 5000
Email: [email protected]

Daniel Coombes
Tel: +44 207 420 5000
Email: [email protected]

Elizabeth Fletcher
Tel: +44 207 420 5000
Email: [email protected]

Helen Greenfield
Tel: +44 207 420 5000
Email: [email protected]

Nicole Hackett
Tel: +44 207 420 5000
Email: [email protected]

James Pirrie
Tel: +44 207 420 5000
Email: [email protected]

Bradley Williams
Tel: +44 207 420 5000
Email: [email protected]

The firm offers expertise of the highest quality across all areas of family law. The firm’s lawyers regularly advise on cases involving financial complexity including those with an international dimension, hidden assets, family companies and complex trust structures. The firm is highly regarded for its experience in advising parents on issues concerning their children, particularly removal from the jurisdiction, same sex parenting and surrogacy. The firm’s lawyers have considerable expertise in advising on pre- and post-nuptial agreements, and pre- and post- civil partnership agreements for both national and international clients. The firm’s expertise in acting for cohabitants and civil partners on issues such as financial claims, children matters and relationship agreements is second to none.

The firm includes market leading mediators, collaborative lawyers and arbitrators and offers clients a range of process options including robust litigation, solicitor led negotiation, collaborative law, mediation and arbitration. The firm works carefully with its clients to select the process best suited to their needs. In particular, the firm’s expertise in out of court settlement options can provide clients and those in the public eye with privacy and discretion in dealing with the sensitive issues they face.

The firm has close relationships with a network of trusted advisers both at home and abroad to ensure it offers first class advice on all issues. The experience gained and contacts fostered as a result of the firm’s long standing membership of a wide range of national and international family law associations are used for the benefit of each and every client.
The firm’s comprehensive family practice offers clients a unique blend of specialist family law advice complemented by a range of family support services, including counselling and parenting classes. At the heart of everything that the firm does is a desire to use the depth and breadth of its expertise to provide tailored solutions which deliver the very best outcomes for clients.

Representative Matters:
■■AB v FC: A case on financial provision for the wife of a professional football player
■■JL v SL: A case on the treatment of inherited wealth and post separation monies
■■S v S: The first judicial announcement on the effect of financial arbitration awards
■■Divall v Divall: A complex jurisdiction dispute
■■Soloveyev v Soloveyeva: A case on the recognition of overseas divorces
■■B v S: A case on the effect of a postnuptial agreement and a separate property regime
■■Golubovich v Golubovich: A case on the recognition of foreign divorces by the English courts
■■McFarlane v McFarlane: A leading case on the division of unquantified income.

Branches

  • 1 Neal Street,
  • Covent Garden,
  • London,
  • Greater London
  • UK
  • WC2H 9QL
  • Tel (020) 7420 5000
  • Fax (020) 7420 5005
  • DX 40012 Covent Garden
  • Email : [email protected]
  • Website : www.flip.co.uk