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Gillian Bishop

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Family Law in Partnership Ltd

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Director, Family Law in Partnership

Position

Gillian is a director and founder member of Family Law in Partnership. She focuses on all aspects of divorce and family law, in particular the financial repercussions of relationship breakdown and complex private law children matters. Her work frequently has an international perspective, often involving tax and trust implications, substantial assets or incomes. A trained mediator, arbitrator (children issues) and collaborative lawyer, Gillian offers clients a range of dispute resolution options – litigation, solicitor led negotiation, mediation, children law arbitration and collaborative law – to best meet their needs. Gillian is also an accredited civil/commercial mediator. Author of ‘A Client’s Guide to Collaborative Divorce – Putting Your Family First’.

Career

Founding member Family Law in Partnership 1995. Founder of FLiP Faculty 2017.

Member

Resolution; Family Mediators Association; Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.


London: Private client

Family

Within: Leading individuals

Gillian Bishop - Family Law in Partnership Ltd

Within: Family

Family Law in Partnership Ltd  has an ‘excellent team of family lawyers who really try to seek solutions rather than litigating for litigation’s sake’. The ‘incredibly impressiveGillian Bishop  is a ‘very experienced family lawyer who is utterly dedicated to helping her clients through a divorce without destroying their family relationships’. David Allison  adopts a ‘really constructive and co-operative approach’ and James Pirrie  is a ‘fantastically persuasive advocate’. The ‘very ableBradley Williams  is a ‘star who is outcome focused; he stays calm under pressure and works tirelessly to achieve the right outcome’. Daniel Coombes  ‘makes it his business to know every detail in every one of his cases. He is extremely well prepared and meticulous’. The ‘brilliantElizabeth Fletcher  ‘really knows her stuff and looks after her clients exceptionally well’ and the ‘very pragmaticHelen Greenfield ‘rolls up her sleeves to get things done’. The ‘calm’ Pamela Collis  is praised for her ‘impeccable response times’.

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Family: mediation

Within: Leading individuals

Gillian Bishop - Family Law in Partnership Ltd

Within: Family: mediation

Family Law in Partnership Ltd has the ‘best set of mediators in London’. The legal services that this large team of family mediators provides is ‘first-class, measured, fair and comprehensive’. The team ‘combines an understanding of the legal issues with an awareness of the personal and emotional issues facing clients’. Dominic Raeside is ‘really strong’ on children’s issues. Raeside can ‘work magic - almost like pull a rabbit out of a hat and get terrific results’. He along with Ruth Smallacombe are ‘two of the best known mediators in London. They receive a very high level of referrals from central London firms and they can usually crack even the hardest of cases’. Gillian Bishop is ‘not only a fabulous lawyer but an intuitive and empathetic mediator. She works well with both parties in the room’. James Pirrie is praised for his ‘work on supporting children’ and the ‘outstandingDavid Allison  is ‘just superb for mediation’. Director Elizabeth Fletcher  provides ‘exemplary support to her clients during the mediation process’. The team offers all types of family mediation from sole to co-mediation through to child inclusive mediation. It offers mediation in relation to both domestic and cross-border family disputes including international child abduction, access and custody cases.

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