We’re delighted that director Bradley Williams has been named a Top Family Lawyer by Spear’s in their 10th anniversary issue.
This highly regarded magazine publishes it’s eagerly anticipated guide to the leading family lawyers for high net worth individuals annually. Spears refers to Bradley Williams as “Best in Breed” and a “very determined” litigator. Bradley was previously named Family Lawyer of the Year in the inaugural Spear’s Young Turk Awards.
Bradley’s recent reported cases have included:
- JL v SL (no 2)  EWCH 360 (fam) and JL v SL (no 3)  EWCH 355 (fam) – a case concerning the treatment of inherited funds and post separation accruals on a divorce.
- Solovyev v Solovyev  EWFC 1546 – a case concerning the recognition of overseas divorces by the English courts.
- B v S (Financial Remedy: Marital Property Regime)  EWHC 265 (Fam) – a case concerning the effect of a separate property regime and a post nuptial agreement.
- Grubb v Grubb  Court of Appeal –a case in the Court of Appeal which considered what constitutes the “reasonable needs” of a spouse in a case involving inherited wealth.
- H v H  (High Court) – an important case which clarified the law and procedure in relation to pension sharing orders
- C v C (Appeal: Hadkinson order) High Court  EWHC 1656 (fam) – the case clarified the law relating to appeals in circumstances where the order of the court below had not been satisfied
- McFarlane v McFarlane  2FLR 1322, FD – a case which established, among other things, the now common approach to dealing with uncertain income by percentage, banding and applying a cap.