Andrew Watson > Osbornes > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Osbornes
LIVERY HOUSE
7-9 PRATT STREET
LONDON
NW1 0AE
England

Position

Andrew specialises in family law. Originally employed as a non-practising barrister, he qualified as a solicitor in July 2001. Andrew became a partner in June 2012. He is a Resolution accredited specialist in both financial remedies and cohabitation, a member of Lincoln’s Inn. Andrew’s caseload is dominated by financial disputes with an asset base of up to £43m. Andrew tends to focus on the more complex areas of financial disputes, such as those with issues related to confiscation, bankruptcy, non-disclosure or international issues. Andrew also has a niche specialism in the interface between financial proceedings and confiscation proceedings under either the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 or its precursors. He has successfully represented spouses and relatives in a number of cases where the Crown has been seeking to enforce confiscation orders running to many millions. Andrew’s caseload also includes advising parties in cohabitation cases, children cases and in relation to pre-nuptial agreements and the impact that these agreements have in the event of a divorce

Memberships

Lincoln’s Inn; Resolution.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Private client > Family: mediation

At Osbornes Lisa Pepper, Bridget Thompson , Andrew Watson, David Leadercramer and Mark Freedman are all Resolution trained lawyer mediators. Pepper and Thompson are accredited mediators and Pepper is also a collaborative lawyer. Pepper mediates on private law children, divorce suits and matrimonial finance cases in addition to mediating for larger (adult) family groups. Leadercramer is also a qualified arbitrator, collaborative lawyer and private FDR judge.