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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.

Injunctions

If you need to prevent the loss of an asset, damage to reputation, or protect against personal harm, it may be necessary to apply for an injunction.

Anglo French Divorce and Separation

There are important differences in the financial outcomes between English and French law (or the laws of other Francophone countries) in situations of separation or divorce. Clients often have a choice of where to bring proceedings, so seeking early advice is often of vital importance to the outcome.

Sexual Offences

We deal with the highest profile and most sensitive cases, providing expert advice and support to both individuals and companies.

Victim of Fraud

Our experienced and empathetic lawyers provide legal advice and guidance to individuals and companies who are victims of crime.

Pensions and Divorce

Pensions are often the most valuable but also the most complicated asset to value and access during divorce proceedings. Our team of family and divorce lawyers has a wealth of experience dealing with pensions on divorce.

International and Cross-Border Disputes

When disputes involve individuals or organisations in different countries, those involved often face an array of complex issues in various jurisdictions.

British citizens travelling to the EU for business: What employers need to know

As the international community hopefully nears returning to more normal levels of travel, UK employers will need to know the rules for British citizens travelling to the EU for business.

Cum-Ex Investigations

‘Cum-Ex’ is the description given to a method of trading certain types of shares around the dividend record date which allows more than one participant to claim a tax rebate in respect of the same dividend payment.

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.

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