Rory is an associate at Family Law in Partnership. Rory’s practice involves advising clients on a broad range of family matters including:
financial issues arising from divorce or the separation of unmarried couples;
financial claims by parents to support their children; and
parenting issues particularly those involving child contact arrangements.
Rory has a particular interest in the rights of unmarried couples, and in family law cases involving complex trust and business structures.
Rory joined Family Law in Partnership in August 2021 having qualified as a commercial litigator at a City law firm. As a commercial litigator Rory regularly worked on complex, cross jurisdictional business disputes on behalf of private, family-owned, and publicly traded companies. This experience has equipped Rory to deal with all aspects of challenging contentious disputes particularly those involving high profile individuals. He draws on his knowledge of corporate structures and business arrangements across numerous sectors to add real value to the advice he provides to his family law clients.
Career and Thought Leadership →
Rory has written on a range of family law topics including parental alienation, crypto currencies in divorce proceedings, and transgender parenthood.
A graduate of Exeter University, Rory has a BA in Ancient History, International Relations with Theology. He is a member of Resolution.
Rory has a genuine interest in wellbeing within the workplace and has trained as a Mental Health First Aider.
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17th July 2023
Crypto Assets & Divorce: What Should I Do?
FLiP Associate Rory Collett discusses how crypto assets are dealt with on a divorce or separation. He explains…