Lisa Pepper > Osbornes > London, England > Lawyer Profile
7-9 PRATT STREET
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Partner specialising in family law including financial settlements on divorce (cases involving complex elements such as the forensic investigation of company assets/international assets/court proceedings in other jurisdictions/family trusts), disagreements over contact and living arrangements regarding children, unmarried couples who break up and disagree as to the ownership of property, and separation agreements. Lisa is a skilled negotiator and trained mediator and ranked as one of the best by directories. She has outstanding reviews from former clients on Trustpilot and Google.
Trained Gordon Dadds; qualified 2003, Hughes Fowler Carruthers; Mischcon de Reya; Osbornes 2006 to date, associate 2008, partner 2010. Lisa regularly writes for a number of publications and produces videos/webcasts on family law issues.
Board of Directors, Resolution; sits on a number of Resolution Committees.
Bishop Heber County High School; Staffordshire University (1994 International Relations 2(1)); College of Law, London (2003).
Good wine, good food, trying to run it off.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
Osbornes ‘has a strong ethos for being conciliatory (rather than aggressive) with fair/ethical billing practices and strong ADR principles (mediation etc)’. Head of team is the ‘very experienced’ Lisa Pepper who is ‘compassionate, supportive and committed to hear clients, with a very warm manner’. Pepper continues to receive referrals from a large number of leading law firms and mediates on private law children matters, divorces and matrimonial finance cases. She also mediates for large adult family groups. David Leadercramer mediates on all issues. Andrew Watson, Mark Freedman and Bridget Thompson are resolution trained lawyer mediators.
- Leading individuals - London > Private client > Family: mediation
- Family: mediation - London > Private client
Top Tier Firm Rankings
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- Public sector > Administrative and public law
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- Private client > Contentious trusts and probate
- Private client > Personal tax, trusts and probate