Philip represented a Wife in a four-day, hotly contested hearing. Despite the marriage having been very short, and childless, his robust advocacy and negotiation skills ensured success in obtaining a substantial award for his client.
Philip represented a Husband with a very substantial pension in a financial remedy case. He successfully defeated the Wife’s case that she should obtain a pension sharing order and spousal maintenance based on a shortfall in her income.
Philip represented a Husband and obtained a non-molestation injunction against the Wife due to domestic violence perpetrated upon his client by her.
Philip represented a Husband and succeeding in having a final financial remedy order varied so as to allow his client to buy out the Wife’s share of the matrimonial home, rather than it being sold as previously ordered and as she wished.
Philip acted for a Husband who had fulfilled the role of carer whilst the Wife built up her career. He successfully settled the case to his client’s satisfaction, the husband receiving by far the greater share from the matrimonial home, a significant pension share and maintenance.
Philip represented a wife, succeeding in re-opening a final financial order decided 4 years previously. He obtained a substantial increase in the capital payment in accordance with the set-aside principles set out in the Supreme Court’s decisions in Sharland and Gohil. His client was completely delighted.
Philip acted for a wife in circumstances where the husband had claimed that he no longer had the proceeds of sale of the former matrimonial home. He was successfully in obtaining orders against the husband’s family members and an order that over £40,000 be paid into Court.
Philip acted for the wife, where the husband was refusing to co-operate with the sale of a house following final orders. He was successful in obtaining orders that his client should have possession of the house (and evict the other party), take over the sale and have her costs paid out of the other party’s … Continue reading
Philip acted for the husband in an appeal against a final order for financial remedy. He was successful in appealing the order, and obtained a substantially greater share of the proceeds of the former matrimonial home for his client.
Philip acted for a husband, where his client had paid for and supported the wife’s move from abroad, and her obtaining professional qualifications in this country. In these unusual circumstances, he succeeded in obtaining an order that the wife receive nothing from the husband. “Upon meeting you for the first time that morning, I was … Continue reading
Philip acted on behalf of a husband whose highly successful career had been cut short by mental illness. Philip’s understanding and expertise enabled him to help his client cope with his mental health issues whilst also supporting him against an extremely acrimonious wife. With Philip’s help, the husband was able to advantageously settle his matrimonial … Continue reading
Philip acted for a wife in financial remedy proceedings and succeeded in obtaining a higher settlement than usual to enable her to have a garden to pursue her love of gardening. An unusual decision, but an example of how carefully pursuing an unusual point can result in success for the client.
Philip acted for a husband through the Direct Public Access Scheme in an intractable dispute over the marital property, in which the wife was representing herself. Philip’s considerable negotiation skills enabled him to succeed at the FDR stage in persuading the court and the wife to settle on his client’s suggested terms.
Philip acted for a wife in a complex dispute over matrimonial property and spousal maintenance in circumstances where the husband’s wealth was masked by international share arrangements and his company’s dealings. With Philips expertise and representation in this area, the hearing resulted in a substantial settlement in favour of the wife amounting to a great … Continue reading