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Forsters LLP, Rosie Schumm, London, ENGLAND

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Rosie Schumm

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Forsters LLP

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Family

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Partner

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Rosie is a partner in Forsters' Family team and is known for taking a creative and pragmatic approach to family law to achieve the best outcome for her clients.   She specialises in advising high net worth clients on complex divorce and financial matters, including those relating to children.

Her work frequently has an international dimension, involving trusts, offshore assets and family businesses.  She is also highly experienced in preparing and negotiating pre and post nuptial agreements for high net worth families.  

Rosie is a regular commentator on developments in family law and has appeared in The Telegraph, Times, and The Guardian and written articles for the Law Society Gazette and Spears.  She has presented seminars to wealth managers, city bankers, accountants, fiduciary services and mediators and has prepared presentations for family law and private client conferences in Italy, the Channel Islands and London.

Rosie joined Forsters in March 2017, having previously been a partner at Wedlake Bell.  Prior to this, she worked at Camilla Baldwin and Penningtons Manches, where she qualified.  Rosie graduated from Oxford University in 2000.

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Forsters LLP's Joanne Edwards is a ‘tireless campaigner who leaves no stone unturned to get the best for her clients. She is the doyenne of the family law world and is a real leader in finding less confrontational routes to solutions whilst retaining a steely core’. Rosie Schumm is ‘calm and empathetic’. Senior associate Amanda Sandys is ‘one of the future stars of the family legal profession. She is very quick to grasp the nub of a case’. Dickon Ceadel  is a ‘very bright associate who is on the road to partnership. Edwards is skilled at advising on the financial consequences of relationship breakdown and at resolving issues about arrangements for children including the relocation of children. She has extensive experience of advising on multimillion pound pre-nuptial agreements. Schumm specialises in advising wealthy clients on complex divorce and financial matters including those relating to children. She is also attracting clients with complex international surrogacy requirements.

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