Chambers has a dedicated team with extensive experience at every level of call who provide a civilised and proactive approach to dealing with the settlement of financial disputes arising out of the breakdown of relationships, including marriage, civil partnerships and co-habitation. Our members frequently deal with cases involving complex legal issues and assets which range from being modest to substantial. Chambers prides itself on its breadth and depth of experience upon which clients can rely and aims to provide continuity of representation whenever possible.
Our areas of specialisation within financial provision include, but are not limited to:
- Business and other complex assets
- Enforcement of Orders
- International assets and jurisdictional issues
- Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
- Variation Applications
In respect of non-marital assets members also practise in matters concerning Trusts of Land and Trustees Act 1996 and Financial Provision for Children (under Schedule 1 Children Act 1989), representing the parties, third parties and interveners.
Members of the team regularly present CPD and NPP accredited seminars to clients.
If you would like an informal discussion about your case, please speak to one of our clerks who will be happy to assist and advise you who would be the right Barrister for your client.
The following members of Chambers specialise in financial provision: