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Anthony Gold

Living Wage
THE COUNTING HOUSE, 53 TOOLEY STREET, LONDON BRIDGE CITY, LONDON, SE1 2QN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7940 4000
Fax:
Fax 020 7378 8025
DX:
39915 LONDON BRIDGE SOUTH
Email:
Web:
www.anthonygold.co.uk
London SE1, London SE17, London SW16

Kim Beatson

Tel:
Work 020 7940 4011
Email:
Anthony Gold

Work Department

Family, mediation and collaborative law.

Position

Head of department; financial specialist with a particular interest in cohabitation issues, pre-nuptial and pre-civil partnership agreements; highly experienced mediator and collaborative lawyer; accredited by Resolution in high-value cases and cohabitation and also by the Law Society.

Career

Qualified 1984; partner and head of department Anthony Gold 1996.

Member

Past chair of Resolution; member of International Academy of Collaborative Practitioners and European forum; Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers.

Education

Reading University (1980 LLB).

Leisure

Former football referee, enjoys all sport.


London: Private client

Family

Within: Leading individuals

Kim Beatson - Anthony Gold

Within: Family

Anthony Gold  has a ‘first-rate team that provides exceptional client care in a friendly and industrious atmosphere’. David Emmerson is ‘entirely sensitive to the fact that in family law, the relationships often have to continue when the lawyers leave’. Kim Beatson  is ‘vastly experienced not only as a practitioner but also as a mediator’. The team is well equipped to handle the full array of matrimonial work such as children matters and prenuptial agreements for clients including high-net-worth individuals and alternative families. It places a strong emphasis on alternative dispute resolution and mediation.

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Family: mediation

Within: Leading individuals

Kim Beatson - Anthony Gold

Within: Family: mediation

Anthony Gold  has the ‘brilliantKim Beatson . Beatson is ‘really able to work with the couple to get a good outcome. She is also particularly good if the case or the personalities are difficult! She has a no-nonsense approach and is one of the most efficient people I have ever come across’. She is frequently referred complex and high-conflict financial and children work by other solicitors where court proceedings are already pending. She also offers MIAMs and is qualified to consult with children.David Emmerson  is Resolution and Family Mediation Council accredited and is praised for being ‘down to earth and able to take a broad view of matters’. Caroline Bowden  is also highly regarded. Bowden is particularly strong on dealing with financial remedies and also offers hybrid mediation.

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