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COLLINS HOUSE, 32-38 STATION ROAD, GERRARDS CROSS, SL9 8EL, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01753 889995
Fax:
Fax 01753 889851
DX:
40256 GERRARDS CROSS
Email:
Web:
www.bpcollins.co.uk

Sue Andrews

Tel:
Work 01753 279046
Email:
Web:
www.bpcollins.co.uk/people/profile/sue-andrews
B P Collins LLP

Work Department

Family.

Position

Partner and head of practice group specialising in family law since qualifying. Sue’s down to earth, practical and robust approach means that she is highly recommended by former clients, their spouses, other solicitors and professional colleagues. She regularly acts for individuals with significant assets which often include owner-managed businesses, partnerships, international elements and trusts or complex issues. Clients include professional footballers, celebrities, CEOs of large multinational companies or other high profit individuals or their spouses/former partners.

Career

Articled Parker Son & Nickson; qualified 1980; trainee, assistant and partner Parker Son & Nickson; assistant solicitor Day, Whately & Co; assistant solicitor Withers; joined B P Collins 1988; partner 1990.

Member

Resolution.

Education

Wycombe High School; Aberystwyth University (1977 2(1) Law); College of Law, Guildford (1978 Part II).

Leisure

Travel, listening to music, attending concerts, bridge, yoga, fashion, watching ballet and other forms of dance.


South East: Private client

Family: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

Within: Leading individuals

Sue Andrews - B P Collins LLP

Within: Family: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

B P Collins LLP  is 'one of the premier firms outside London for high-net-worth divorces', and its family division provides 'an exceptional level of service, professional advice, and a proactive approach to dealing with other parties'. The practice is a regular fixture in complex cases involving high-value assets and complicated trusts, businesses or tax structures, as well as disputes regarding arrangements for children, assets or properties with cross-border elements. Practice head Sue Andrews is 'extraordinarily tenacious in fighting a client's case'; she has extensive experience in complex financial remedy matters, often handling matters involving overseas assets, trust arrangements, complex pension arrangements, or sizeable property portfolios. Other key figures include Claire Filer, who has notable expertise in matters involving complex trust structures, and Fran Hipperson, who is 'excellent at identifying the real issues and resolving what could be very acrimonious and fraught negotiations, whilst maintaining the highest level of professionalism throughout'.

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