Charlotte Bradley and Stacey Nevin write for International Comparative Legal Guide to: Family Law 2020

19 September 2019

Charlotte Bradley, head of the family team at Kingsley Napley, is the  contributing editor of the recently published 3rd edition of International Comparative Legal Guide to: Family Law 2020. 
 

Charlotte Bradley and Senior Associate Stacey Nevin write chapters for the guide, including:

Further information

Should you have any questions, please contact Charlotte Bradley, Stacey Nevin or a member of our family and divorce team.

See also the previous 2018 and 2019 editions.

About the authors

Charlotte Bradley is head of the Family team at Kingsley Napley, where she has been a partner since 2001. Charlotte specialises in all aspects of family law, particularly international issues, both in relation to finance and children. She has a reputation for cross border jurisdiction issues, particularly European and Relocation cases, and for acting for unmarried parents in Schedule 1 (financial provision) cases. 

Stacey Nevin is a Senior Associate in Kingsley Napley’s family and divorce team.  She advises UK and international clients on matters involving all aspects of family law, in particular complex financial issues and private children cases.  Stacey is a member of the Brexit Working Party to the Resolution International Committee and Property, Tax and Pensions Committee, a group of lawyers formed to consider the impact Brexit will have on family legislation in England & Wales.

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