Along with leading practitioner Simon Pigott, Jeremy opened the specialist divorce and family law firm, Levison Meltzer Pigott in June 1998. Handles all aspects of matrimonial work, with particular interest in high worth clients, cohabitation, cases with a foreign element, children and, particularly more recently, pre-nuptial contracts. Reported cases: G v G  EWHC 167; Miller v Miller; McFarlane v McFarlane  UKHL, Re: S (Unmarried parents: Financial Provision)  EWCA Civ 479, G v G (Matrimonial Property: Rights of the extended family)  EWHC 1560, McFarlane v McFarlane; Parlour v Parlour  EWCA Civ 872  2 FLR 893, Pearce v Pearce  EWCA Civ 1054  2 FLR 1144, Davies v Davies  1 FLR 39, Burrow v Burrow  1 FLR 508. Jeremy is listed in this year’s Spear’s Magazine’s Family Lawyers Index as a “Top Recommended Family Lawyer”
International Academy of Family Lawyers. American Bar Association (Family Section).
Qualified in 1974 and worked for Theodore Goddard until 1980. Collyer-Bristow 1980-1998. Levison Meltzer Pigott from 1 June 1998.
Educated at Charterhouse School 1965-69 and the University of Kent 1970-73. Enjoys fine art, music, cricket, classic cars and France.