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Partner, Head of Family Law
Specialism: Lawyers Family and Matrimonial
Company: Irwin Mitchell
Location: Manchester, England
Ros is Head of Irwin Mitchell's Divorce & Family Law team. She offers advice when relationships comes to an end, or helps plan for that possibility. This may relate to the process of separation itself, the related financial consequences, or care arrangements for children. She has experience advising both heterosexual and same sex couples, whether married or in a civil partnership and those who have children together but never married or lived together. Ros has extensive experience in high-net-worth cases, which often involve complex international issues and high value trust structures. She is passionate about fighting for a fair outcome.
2017 Magic Circle Awards
Outstanding Individual of the Year | Winner
2018 Powerwomen Awards
Inspirational Woman of the Year | Silver
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Bauhaus, Rossetti Place, 27 Quay Street, Manchester, M3 4AW
T: 0161 838 3119
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The judgement in Roocroft and Ball - assets worth millions of pounds hidden and only discovered years after ex-partners death
The judgement in Roocroft and Ball is handed down exactly a year after Irwin Mitchell was also successful in the Supreme Court when the law firm represented two wives - Varsha Gohil and Alison Sharland, who challenged their divorce settlements after their husbands were found to have misled them significantly regarding their wealth.
This latest landmark case led by Ros Bever is the first in legal history to consider the discovery of non-disclosure of assets after the death of one of the parties.
Helen Roocroft discovered that her civil partner, who died intestate in 2013, and appeared in The Sunday Times Rich List, seemed to have hidden assets worth millions of pounds in business assets during the dissolution of their relationship, won the legal battle at the Court of Appeal to set aside an original “unfair” settlement.