What We Do
We act for private individuals and trustees in respect of all aspects of family law.
Primarily, this involves pre-nuptial agreements, divorces and the creation of financial settlements.
Divorces often involve third parties such as trustees of family trusts or other family members who co-own assets with one of the parties. There can be an international element, for example because one or both parties are resident in a foreign jurisdiction, or because assets are located off-shore, or are held through off-shore companies, trusts or similar structures.
Other aspects of Family Law we advise upon include:
- Co-habitation agreements;
- Post-nuptial agreements;
- Pre-civil partnership agreements;
- Disputes between unmarried co-habitees in respect of property;
- Disputes between civil partners in respect of property;
- Disputes between parents in respect of their children’s living arrangements;
- Disputes between parents (divorced or unmarried) in respect of financial provision for children.