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Jeremy Levison

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Levison Meltzer Pigott


Over 30 years’ experience in dealing with high-net-worth complex financial settlements. Contact with family lawyers worldwide assists in the successful resolution of a significant proportion of his cases that have an international dimension. Trained collaborative lawyer. Recent reported cases include: G v G [2012] EWHC 167; Miller v Miller; McFarlane v McFarlane [2006] UKHL; Re S (unmarried parents: financial provision) [2006] EWCA Civ 479.


Articled Theodore Goddard, qualified 1974; founding partner Levison Meltzer Pigott 1998 to date.


A founder of International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; American Bar Association (Family Section); Institute of Continuing Professional Development; Central London Collaborative Forum.


Charterhouse School; University of Kent (1973 BA Hons).


Fine art, music, cricket, classic cars, France.

London: Private client


Within: Leading individuals

Jeremy Levison - Levison Meltzer Pigott

Within: Family

Levison Meltzer Pigott is a ‘brilliant boutique law firm with an excellent reputation. It provides top quality advice and excellent value for money’. Simon Pigott is particularly good on complex finance cases and ‘is very focused on helping couples to find solutions- he is the elder statesman. Few have the combination of so many years of legal practice and so many years as a mediator. He is gentle but can be very tough as necessary’. The ‘top classJulian Ribet  is ‘a great tactician’. Alistair Myles  has the ‘deft touch and doesn’t allow opposing solicitors to rile him, remaining calm and focused on his clients’ interests’. Jeremy Levison has ‘so much experience that he always starts at an advantage to his opponents’ and Alison Hayes’ ‘dedication to her clients seems boundless. She is fantastically thorough and a team player through and through’.

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