Nick has approaching 30 years of experience in family law and acts for both private individuals as well as business owners. Much of his work comes from recommendation including having acted for the other party in previous court proceedings.
He adopts a constructive and collaborative approach to cases including, where appropriate, suggesting a range of dispute resolution options for clients. However, where court proceedings are necessary, he will not hesitate to make any appropriate application to the court, including in cases of urgency and need.
He also advises clients in protecting their position and/assets prior to, or during, any relationship with the aim of limiting any difficulties should the relationship break down and reducing likely future costs of litigation.
Nick has a network of other experts to help clients in family law disputes including in court proceedings.
Areas of Law
- Divorce and separation including civil partnerships
- Financial settlements including business assets, property abroad and pension claims
- Pre-nuptial or Pre-marital agreements and post nuptial agreements
- Cohabitation or Living Together agreements
- Separation agreements
Education & Interests
Nick obtained his law degree at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and has written in family law publications including contributions to the Law Society’s Family Law Protocol and a Law Society promotional.
He regularly posts on Linkedin and blogs.
Nick is a trustee of a number of local charities and treasurer of his local cricket club and village fete. He plays cricket and badminton and tries to walk and swim regularly. His perfect family time is walking the dog on the beach with plenty of sea air followed by a decent cup of coffee! He is a long suffering supporter of Mansfield Town.
Accreditation and Memberships
- Resolution Accredited Specialist (Advocacy Financial Remedy Proceedings and Children Law Private)
- Law Society Advanced Family Law Panel (Financial Remedy and Private Law Children)
- Previous Member of Law Society Family Law Committee
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