Marina Faggionato > Chambers of Tim Amos KC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Tim Amos KC
Queen Elizabeth Building (QEB)
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Marina’s practice covers all areas of family law work with a particular focus on the financial consequences of divorce and disputes involving children (including Schedule 1 provision, abduction and relocation cases). Marina has represented clients in courts of all levels up to and including the Court of Appeal and she is regularly instructed on behalf of third parties including trustees, companies, and litigation friends acting for protected parties.
In 2014 Marina was named as one of the Lawyer Magazine’s “Hot 100” (the only barrister amongst the three family practitioners), and as a “Rising Star” in the Spears Wealth Index. She has been shortlisted for the Jordan’s Family Law Junior Barrister of the Year and in 2018 was the Legal 500 Family Junior of the year.
Marina has a particular interest in cases with a foreign dimension and has practical experience of family law in France obtained during her time as a Pegasus scholar with the Parisian law firm Lafarge Associés. She sits as an arbitrator within the IFLA (finances) scheme.
Reported cases include: LP v AE [2020] EWHC 1668 (Fam). RC v JC [2020] EWHC 466 (Fam), HC v FW [2017] EWHC 3162 (Fam), ND v SD v Ors [2017] EWHC1507 (Fam): EDG v RR [2014] EWHC 816 (Fam);  Luckwell v Limata [2014] EWHC 502 (Fam);  Luckwell v Limata [2014] EWHC 536 (Fam); Divall v Divall [2014] EWHC 95 (Fam) 
In the matter of G (Children) [2010] EWCA Civ 1232 (Court of Appeal); Spencer v Spencer [2009] 2 FLR 1416; Re R (A Child) [2009] 2 FLR 819 (Court of Appeal).



Called 2006, Lincoln’s Inn.


French (bilingual).


FLBA; Resolution; CIArb.


Somerville College, Oxford (Philosophy, Politics and Economics); BPP Law School (CPE; BVC); University College, London (Masters in Law).