Family breakdown, including divorce, can be a highly stressful and complex time. You may have disputes with your family office, trustees, over a will or with a friend or professional advisor. Our lawyers have the expertise to help you resolve any such matter.
Grosvenor Law has a team of highly skilled family lawyers who can guide you through the process, advise you on rights and remedies and fight to achieve your desired result. We know that family proceedings are often unwelcome and we work hard to help share the stress and reduce the burden these have on you.
We have advised on some of the world’s largest divorce cases, involving high-value and complex trust and company structures across various jurisdictions. We also understand that in most cases, privacy is of key importance to all parties and work to ensure that this remains in place.
Whatever your family law concerns, we fight to win.
Our advice includes:
We advise on the procedural aspects of the breakdown, such as commencing divorce proceedings, in conjunction with the practical and emotional considerations. Our cases often have international or jurisdictional elements.
Dividing the matrimonial assets and settling finances can be the most challenging and difficult aspect, in particular for very high-net-worth families.
We give clear and constructive advice from the outset, even in complicated and particularly acrimonious cases.
We are experienced in dealing with protecting or exposing complex financial structures, such as offshore trusts and corporate vehicles.
Our lawyers have substantial experience of asset tracing and uncovering hidden wealth across the globe.
Disputes regarding children and contact are often the most sensitive and emotional aspect of the breakdown of a family. We work with you to minimise the impact of the breakdown of the family on the children. Our work includes:
It is increasingly common for parties to agree before they marry, how assets and children may be dealt with in the event that the relationship breaks down.
We are experienced in drafting, negotiating and advising on pre-nuptial, post-nuptial and cohabitation agreements, to ensure that your future is protected in the event of a relationship breakdown.