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3 LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, LONDON, WC2A 3AA, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7242 9700
Fax:
Fax 020 7539 4701
DX:
340 LONDON / CHANCERY LANE
Email:
Web:
www.sinclairgibson.com
Sinclair Gibson LLP, Kathryn Peat, London, ENGLAND

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Kathryn Peat

Tel:
Work 020 7539 4722
Email:
Sinclair Gibson LLP

Work Department

Family law.

Position

Kathryn has specialised in family law for over 30 years. Her practice encompasses substantial financial remedy cases often involving complicated company/family business structures. She is widely experienced in the involvement of trusts, particularly offshore. Leave to remove from the jurisdiction/ internal relocation cases for international and domestic clients and nuptial settlements and multi-jurisdictional issues form an important part of her practice.  Kathryn’s 20 years of experience sitting in a part-time judicial capacity, most recently in the Financial Remedies Unit in the Central Family Court in London, give her a particular insight into any case from all perspectives.

Kathryn is collaboratively trained and a Resolution trained all-issues mediator. Kathryn is also a Family Arbitrator (finance and children).

Kathryn has made various contributions to legal journals, public speaking and training DVDs.

Career

Kathryn joined Harcus Sinclair as a partner in August 2009 and for the preceding two decades had been a partner in London firms well-known for their family law departments.

Member

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Resolution.

Education

St Paul’s, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Reading University.


London: Private client

Family

Within: Family

Sinclair Gibson LLP, a new firm formed as a result of the split of Harcus Sinclair, has an established reputation for its work for wealthy clients on complex financial remedy claims as well as pre- and post-nuptial agreements. The group is also well-regarded for its work in private children matters and the firm‚Äôs clients typically include wealthy individuals and professionals ‚Äď a significant proportion of whom are neither UK resident or UK domiciled. The firm is well placed to provide family law advice as well trusts and tax law advice to these individuals. Head of team Kathryn Peat is a qualified arbitrator in both children and finance matters as well as a Resolution trained mediator. Beth Mason has a broad range of experience and advises unmarried cohabitees in the event of relationship breakdown.

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