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Family Law in Partnership Ltd, Bradley Williams, London, ENGLAND

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Bradley Williams

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Family Law in Partnership Ltd

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Director, Family Law in Partnership


Bradley is a director at Family Law in Partnership. He has a comprehensive family law practice specialising in complex financial remedy proceedings, applications regarding the property of non-married couples and private children law issues, often with an international element. Bradley’s clients include City professionals, business owners and executives. Many of Bradley’s clients are international and most have substantial assets.

Bradley has extensive experience of international family law cases. His work regularly involves:

  • jurisdiction issues
  • international relocation of children
  • financial provision following an overseas divorce
  • enforcement of foreign judgments; and
  • pre and post nuptial agreements across jurisdictions, including the application of foreign matrimonial property regimes.

Bradley has a reputation as a highly skilled negotiator and litigator, with finely tuned judgment and wide ranging technical expertise. He is adept at evaluating cases at an early stage helping clients to make informed choices to achieve effective long term solutions. Whilst Bradley strives to settle his cases out of court, he recognises that this will not always be possible or in the best interests of every client. He has acted on several landmark cases which have developed legal precedent. Bradley is a qualified mediator and family arbitrator (financial matters) and a collaborative lawyer. 


Partner Family Law in Partnership 2009.


Bradley has dual Swiss British nationality and is fluent in German.


Resolution; London Collaborative Group; Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Institute of Family Law Arbitrators; Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Bar Association.

London: Private client


Within: Leading individuals

Bradley Williams - 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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