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Charlotte Bradley

Tel:
Work 020 7814 1200
Email:
Web:
www.kingsleynapley.co.uk/our-people/charlotte-bradley
Kingsley Napley LLP

Work Department

Family.

Position

Head of the family team, specialising in all aspects of family law, particularly financial disputes, cohabitation and conflict of jurisdiction disputes (with considerable experience with France). Also a mediator and collaborative lawyer and a specialist in Schedule 1 cases.

Career

Qualified Gordon Dadds 1995; joined Kingsley Napley 1997; partner 2001; head of family team 2013; lectured and written books and articles on cohabitation, financial and jurisdictional issues. Most recent book ‘Financial Provisions for Unmarried Parents (Schedule 1 Claims)’, spring 2013.

Member

Resolution; International Academy of Family Lawyers; former chair, Resolution’s international committee; founding member, Collaborative Family Law Group; Resolution-accredited specialist.

Education

Bristol University (1990 BSC Hons).

Leisure

Choral singing, travel, art and theatre. Has two children.


London: Private client

Family

Within: Leading individuals

Charlotte Bradley - Kingsley Napley LLP

Within: Family

Both the partners and junior lawyers at Kingsley Napley LLP can equally advise on cases involving finance and children proceedings. The team is well known for its work in highly contested and complex finance proceedings for very wealthy clients and has extensive experience in acting for farming and landed estate clients. It can also advise on contested cases around child arrangements frequently involving issues about relocation and other cross-border children matters. A high proportion of its work is international. In addition the group has a strong reputation for its work in high-conflict cases advising clients where there are personality disorders such as narcissistic personality disorders or addictions through to cases involving parental alienation or coercive and controlling behaviour. Head of team Charlotte Bradley is highly regarded for her work on Schedule 1 cases. Michael Rowlands also regularly advises clients in respect of high-value multi-jurisdictional post/pre-nuptial/pre-civil partnership agreements as well as international child relocation cases. Jane Keir and Lauren Evans are recommended.

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Family: mediation

Within: Leading individuals

Charlotte Bradley - Kingsley Napley LLP

Within: Family: mediation

Kingsley Napley LLP is regularly involved in mediations with an international dimension both in relation to children and finance matters. Charlotte Bradley is an accredited mediator who is allowed to have direct consultation with children. Connie Atkinson works mainly with City professionals on both financial and children cases. They also co-mediate together on complex and high-net-worth cases and both practice shuttle mediations.

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London: Risk advisory

Brexit

Within: Brexit

Kingsley Napley LLP’s immigration practice is at the forefront of EU law and Brexit work, and regularly assists companies looking to help UK-based EU staff and other individuals on residency issues arising from Brexit. Nicolas Rollason heads up the immigration team, and also jointly heads the Brexit group with employment partner Richard Fox and family lawyer Jane Keir. Fox regularly acts for corporates, professional partnerships, organisations and senior individuals on a variety of employment matters, with notable expertise in the banking, financial services, media and sport sectors.  Keir is a key contact for wealth protection work and matrimonial issues. Charlotte Bradley is also singled out for her experience in European family cases. The firm’s public law group contributes to the Brexit coverage, and the team is also able to support French speaking clients.

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