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  1. Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – Leading sets
  2. Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – Leading silks
  3. Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – 2016 silks
  4. Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – 2017 silks
  5. Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – Leading juniors

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1 Hare Court is a β€˜class act; there is a reassuring sense of calibre throughout chambers from the silks down to the pupils’. The set continues to enjoy a consistent stream of high-profile, complex matrimonial instructions from domestic clients as well as from jurisdictions such as Hong Kong, BVI, France Switzerland, Cayman Islands and Japan. Richard Todd QC was lead counsel in Radmacher v Granatino, a leading Supreme Court decision on nuptial agreements.

1 King’s Bench Walk’s β€˜calibre of barristers sets it apart from competitors’. Members’ instructions involve high-net-worth individuals and international issues including financial remedy claims and pre-nuptial agreements. A significant recent matter was Work v Gray in the Court of Appeal, the decade’s leading case on special contributions in financial remedy proceedings.

Philip Cayford QC is the new head of chambers at 29 Bedford Row Chambers, following Nicholas Francis QC’s appointment to the High Court bench. The set is β€˜overall fantastic with a huge range of talent’, and continues to remain at the forefront of heavyweight, multimillion-pound matrimonial finance cases. Timothy Scott QC acted in Re Baronetcy of Pringle of Stichill regarding baronetcy succession before the Privy Council.

According to one client, Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB) β€˜is the best family finance chambers, with real strength in depth’. Lewis Marks QC recently led Catherine Cowton in a complex Part III application for financial provision following a foreign divorce.

4 Paper Buildings contains β€˜some excellent family silks and a good range of juniors’. Members continue to demonstrate their strengths in cases involving financial orders for unmarried parents, internationally complex divorces and arbitration.

1 Garden Court Family Law Chambers is a β€˜very accessible set, known primarily for children work, but also with a strong financial practice’. Members handle matrimonial proceedings, including complex business and trust structure elements, and also have expertise in jurisdictional and international enforcement issues.

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