Trusts and Divorce
We have a wealth of experience dealing with complex trust structures in the context of divorce proceedings, which can present a number of difficulties that may involve questions of enforcement, trustee cooperation or the involvement of other beneficiaries.
Interveners and Third Party Claims on Divorce
When couples divide assets as part of financial proceedings on divorce, others may lay a claim to or have a vested interest in parts of these assets. If one of the parties challenges that interest, then the third party may be required to intervene in the proceedings. It is essential that the correct strategy is adopted from the outset in these cases, which is something our team prides itself on getting absolutely right.
Reviewing a Financial Settlement after Divorce
After a divorce, there may be circumstances in which it is appropriate to revisit the terms of the financial settlement. We can review your settlement in light of the circumstances and advise you on whether changing or challenging the court order may be possible.
International Family Law
Whether you or your partner live abroad or hold assets abroad. We can assist with immigration questions, property, succession and tax planning.
Anglo French Specialist Family Law Service
We provide specialist bilingual family expertise to separating couples and Anglo-French families with disputes relating to finance, children or both.
British Expat Divorce in the UAE
Family law services for British expats living and working in Dubai and the UAE
Moving Abroad with Children - Frequently Asked Questions
One of the most difficult situations that can arise following a separation is where one parent wants or needs to move abroad with their child and the other parent does not want to, or cannot, move to the same country. We work with many parents in this situation and have set out below some FAQs to give an overview of some common issues and how they might be tackled.
Financial Provision for Children
Our team of family lawyers has a longstanding reputation in advising unmarried parents on financial claims on behalf of children under the provisions of Schedule 1 to the Children Act 1989.
Farming and Divorce
Farming divorces are unique, fact specific and often involve highly charged emotions - and it is essential that the correct strategy is adopted from the outset. We have considerable experience of farming divorces and the difficulties these cases can present.
The Court Process
Court proceedings are not always more expensive than alternatives to litigation. We consider carefully the financial impact of starting court proceedings and how, in the long term, your interests are best served.