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Specialism: Lawyers Family and Matrimonial
Company: Family Law in Partnership
Location: London, England
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2017 Powerwomen Awards
Career Achievement Award
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Average client size: £5 million - £25 million
Fixed fee offering: Yes - Fixed fee divorce
Number of offices globally: 1-5
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Recent cases include:
- Gillian represented a client with substantial trust assets. The negotiations were complicated by a dispute about the extent of the wealth. Nevertheless a settlement was reached which kept the trust assets intact without having to make an application to the court.
- She acted for the heir of a multi-million pound estate in relation to his pre-nuptial agreement. Negotiations were concluded to ensure the estate was protected from potential claims in the event of a divorce.
- Gillian acted collaboratively for the wife of an international businessman enabling the wife to retain the lion’s share of the substantial liquid capital assets. The case involved assets in several jurisdictions with associated tax considerations and involved working closely with the parties’ personal tax advisers.
- She acted collaboratively for the CEO of a global corporation involving a multi-million pound estate enabling the case to be kept out of the public gaze for the benefit of the whole family.
- Gillian represented the wife in the reported case of JL v SL (No 1)  EWCH 3658 (Fam) where Gillian successfully argued that the wife’s inheritance should be ring-fenced against claims from the husband notwithstanding a degree of intermingling of the inherited funds.
- Gillian has extensive experience in acting for parents who wish to relocate (or prevent relocation) with their children to another jurisdiction. Recent cases have involved potential relocations to Sweden, Australia and New Zealand.