Diane Benussi > Benussi & Co Limited > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Benussi & Co Limited
7TH FLOOR, NEWATER HOUSE
11 NEWHALL STREET
BIRMINGHAM
B3 3NY
England

Work Department

Family

Position

Diane is the senior partner of the firm with over 30 years’ experience of divorce and family law issues.  Diane deals with all aspects of family law and specialises in UHNW financial issues arising out of relationship breakdown, advising high profile individuals seeking a discreet service.

Career

Diane founded Benussi & Co in 1993.  She set up the West Midlands branch of the Solicitors Family Law Association (now known as Resolution) of which she was chairman for 3 years.  She is a past President of Birmingham Law Society and former chairman of lobby group Birmingham Forward.

Diane is a published author “How not to get Divorced at Christmas”.  She has her own blog (described by The Lawyer as “worth a read”) and is a regular broadcaster on television and radio and contributor to publications including The Financial Times.

Memberships

Chairman Liberty Place (Sheepcote Street) Management Company Limited.
Former director of Colmore Business District.
Former President of Birmingham Law Society.
Charity contributor on Committees and Strategic Boards.
Member Advisory Abroad (Wesleyan for Lawyers).
Diane is among only a handful of solicitors outside London listed in the prestigious Citywealth Leaders List 2016 where she appears in the Family and Matrimonial Honours List.

Education

University of Birmingham LLB

Lawyer Rankings

West Midlands > Private client > Family: Birmingham

(Leading individuals)

Diane BenussiBenussi & Co Limited

Benussi & Co Limited typically acts in ultra high net worth financial issues that arise on relationship breakdown. Managing director Diane Benussi specialises in international family matters, particularly those involving complex cross-border trust structures. The practice also distinguishes itself in cases involving non-disclosed assets, and pre- and post-nuptial agreements, as well as disputes involving children.