Mr Tom Brownrigg > Goodman Ray > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Goodman Ray
5 CRANWOOD STREET
LONDON
EC1V 9GR
England

Work Department

Divorce/Matrimonial

Position

Partner

Career

Tom is a solicitor and a mediator in Goodman Ray’s Divorce and Matrimonial Finance Department, and a member of Resolution. He specialises in any issues arising from the breakdown of a relationship between married couples, civil partners and unmarried couples. These may be discussing any division of individual or joint assets, where any children should live or how they should proceed with a divorce.

Tom has been an accredited by the Family Mediation Council to undertake All Issues Mediation, and a Resolution trained mediator. He conducts mediation for a variety of different individuals regarding both children and financial issues, and is a big proponent of the mediation process for resolving family disputes. He is able to conduct MIAMs as well as mediations.

Tom advises a variety of individuals on financial matters. He often represents client with a high earning capacity and those with a high net worth, be that as a result of business interests, asset protection, inheritance, trusts or overseas assets. Many of his cases have an international element and he is able to assist in advising on Spanish assets in particular as he speaks Spanish.

Tom regularly deals with children disputes between parents or other family members, including when one parent may wish to leave England or Wales, or if a child has been abducted and taken overseas.

Tom joined Goodman Ray’s Divorce and Matrimonial Finance Department in August 2015, having spent over 4 years working at a family firm in the West End. He studied Law and Spanish at the University of Sheffield and is a fluent Spanish speaker having also studied Law at The University of Granada in Spain. He qualified as a solicitor in November 2009 after training and subsequently being taken on as a solicitor at a regional firm in Yorkshire.

Languages

English / Spanish

Memberships

  • Accredited by the Family Mediation Council for All Issues Mediation
  • Resolution Accreditation for Complex Financial and Property Matters (high income households and substantial assets)
  • Children Law (Disputes between parents or relatives)