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Harcus Sinclair LLP, Beth Mason, London, ENGLAND

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Beth Mason

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Harcus Sinclair LLP

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Described in The Legal 500 as “superb”, Beth specialises in divorce and financial remedies disputes involving high net worth clients. 

She also has considerable experience of Private Law Children Act matters, including contact and residence issues, and leave to remove cases, as well as negotiating and drafting nuptial agreements.

Beth advises unmarried cohabitees in the event of a relationship breakdown and advises on Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 claims.


Beth trained at a niche London firm and qualified in 2009.  She spent four years as a solicitor at a mid sized commercial firm before joining Harcus Sinclair in 2013.


Beth is a member of Resolution.


Oxford Institute of Legal Practice 2005 – 2006

Oxford University Jurisprudence BA 2000 - 2003

London: Private client


Within: Family

The team at Harcus Sinclair LLP provides a ‘personal service’. Head of department Kathryn Peat is described as ‘as one of the best family lawyers currently working. She is great with clients and her letters win cases in themselves’. Consultant Roger Cobden-Ramsay  has ‘years of experience, sound judgement and practical common sense’. Associate Beth Mason  ‘deals very well with complex cases and does not lose sight of the bigger picture’. The group is well regarded for its work with high-net-worth individuals with a range of business and trust assets in various countries in addition to its work in private children matters.

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