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Family
Family - ranked: tier 2

Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP

Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP  is a boutique family law firm with extensive expertise in children work and high-value financial litigation often with cross-border elements. It also has strong mediation and collaborative law expertise. Susan Philipps  is an ‘outstanding lawyer with a phenomenal reputation with cases and clients that are the envy of most’. Tom Amlot  has ‘the confidence that comes from being utterly on top of your game’. William Healing  has ‘built up an excellent knowledge of private international law within the EU so far as it relates to divorce, children and finances. He is a fluent French speaker who has acquired an enviable client base among London’s French-speaking community’. Emma Harte has a ‘good way with clients’ and Sara Hannell is a ‘very intelligent and insightful lawyer’. Katie Longmate  is a ‘very effective family lawyer’. Douglas Alexiou  is well respected as a trained mediator and collaborative lawyer.

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Douglas Alexiou - Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP

Susan Phillips - Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP

Tom Amlot - Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP

William Healing - Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP

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Family: mediation
Family: mediation - ranked: tier 2

Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP

Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP has the ‘excellentEmma Harte who is ‘constructive and tries to find a way to resolve matters out of court’. Harte is a Resolution accredited meditator and enjoys a steady stream of high profile and high value mediation cases. Tom Amlot is ‘amongst the best’ and is an accredited mediator. Amlot is regularly called upon to mediate where the parties are well-known and the protection of their privacy is of the utmost importance. Susan Philipps is another key member of the team and is a trained mediator as is William Healing. They are both well-regarded and active in this area.

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William Healing - Alexiou Fisher Philipps LLP

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