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Sears Tooth, Susan Apthorp, London, ENGLAND

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Susan Apthorp

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Sears Tooth

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Family law.


Partner specialising in complex financial claims for both married and unmarried families.


Qualified 1994; trained in family law at Dawsons; partner, KSB Law 2002; partner, Davies Arnold Cooper 2007; partner, Sears Tooth 2008.




Contemporary art and design.

London: Private client


Within: Family

Sears Tooth has a well-regarded team that specialises in high-net-worth and complex financial disputes. It also has considerable expertise in children matters and is adept at advising on international relocation applications, the provision for children with medical needs as well as other issues such as financial arrangements for an unmarried partner. Raymond Tooth  andSusan Apthorp  are recommended.

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