Christopher Carr > The 36 Group > London, England > Lawyer Profile

The 36 Group
Gray's Inn, 4 Field Court
London
WC1R 5EF
England

Work Department

36 Family

Position

Chris Carr specialises in financial disputes when relationships end, whether through divorce or separation. His cases will typically involve complex financial and legal issues, and those which require excellent client care and witness handling skills. He is generally instructed in cases in which there are substantial assets and income, complex company structures, partnerships, trusts, hidden assets and income, parties with a high profile, or an international dimension.

Chris lectures on family finance to fellow barristers and solicitors, and is a contributing author to the Practical Law Company website on family law. Chris is a member of the Family Law Bar Association and Resolution.

Specialist in

  • Financial remedies
  • Cohabitation claims
  • Schedule 1 Children Act applications

Career

Call 2002

Memberships

  • Family Law Bar Association
  • Resolution

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Family (including divorce and financial remedy)

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 3

Christopher Carr  –The 36 Group ‘Chris has an amazing eye for detail with a calm and thoughtful approach. He is very good in court if the matter proceeds to trial. and always fights hard for a client.’

The 36 Group is ‘a brilliant set with undoubtedly high quality throughout the set from the juniors to the seniors’. Andrzej Bojarski is ‘detailed, meticulous, and a brilliant barrister who cuts through complex issues quickly’ and has extensive experience in handling family finance and related Chancery matters. Niki Langridge is praised for her ‘creative and tenacious advocacy, incredible attention to detail, and encyclopedic knowledge’ and handles cases involving complex factual or legal elements, business assets, and third-party interests. Christopher Carr is ‘a creative strategic thinker who focuses on delivering a solution in complex and demanding circumstances’ and specialises in family finance cases, mostly in the Central Family Court. ‘Brilliant tactician’ Rhys Taylor has ‘first-class knowledge of the law’ and is regularly instructed in high-value cases involving complex company and trust structures, often with international elements.