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Family Law Partners announce expansion into Horsham

Winners of the national Medium Law Firm of the Year at the recent Law Society Awards, Family Law Partners, has announced its expansion into Horsham with newly appointed Director Kate Elliott heading up a new team. With the firm’s London offices opening its doors at the beginning of the year, 2019 has seen significant growth

Family Law Partners Wins Major Industry Award

South-East specialist family law firm, Family Law Partners, has won Medium Law Firm of the Year at the Law Society Awards 2019. The Law Society Excellence Awards have been celebrating the hard work and inspiring achievements of solicitors, legal teams and firms of all sizes across England and Wales for the past 13 years and

Family Law Partners expand into London with arrival of City expert

Leading family lawyer Mark Harrop, previously of Collyer Bristow, joins Family Law Partners on 7 January 2019. Leading City lawyer Mark Harrop joins leading South East practice Family Law Partners, heading up a new London base for the Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 ranked firm. A trained family mediator and accredited collaborative law practitioner,

Alan Larkin speaking at leading legal tech conference

Alan Larkin, Head of Innovation and Technology at Family Law Partners, has been invited to speak at the Alternative Legal Management Summit 2018 and the Alternative Legal IT Conference 2018. Two of the leading events in the legal technology sector, the events are organised by Alternative Events and are this year taking place in Birmingham on

Associate promotions at Family Law Partners

Leading South East firm Family Law Partners has announced, at the start of this new financial year, news of internal promotions for three of its family law specialists. Gemma Garrett, Lauren Guy and Chris Maulkin have today been made Associates. The growing team, which announced its expansion into Horsham in February, comprises eight collaborative lawyers, three mediators

Collaborative Law arrives in Horsham

A kinder divorce via the collaborative process? Family Law Partners have opened a base in Horsham to provide a better way for local families to deal with their divorce or separation. The traditional court process can exacerbate conflict and polarise those involved at what is already a difficult time. When there are children involved this

2017 –  reflections

Writing our annual submission to Chambers & Partners UK always generates mixed feelings. How can the deadline have come around again? How can we possibly whittle down all of our cases to meet the submission limit? But more so, it’s a time we come out of our comfort zone and we do something we instinctively find