Richard handles all aspects of financial remedies including matrimonial finance and Schedule 1 cases. He has extensive experience of variation cases and particular expertise in cases involving nuptial settlements and trusts. He is regularly instructed on TOLATA claims and in particular those brought by cohabitees and with concurrent Schedule 1 applications. He has a private law children practice dealing mainly with complex international contact arrangements.
BA (Hons), LLB (Hons), Blackstone Entrance Exhibition Scholarship - Middle Temple. Called to the Bar in 2005. Regularly asked to speak on his practice areas for Y Resolution, TVFLS, CLT and at Jordans Family Law seminars.
Richard is a regular contributor of articles to publications including The Family Law Hub and Family Law Week. He has also written for the Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal on one of the judgments in Tchenguiz-Imerman v Imerman. Richard’s seminars are often recorded for wider practitioner training.
Richard is a keen traveller to foreign lands, is an enthusiastic cook and enjoys listening to music. He also enjoys sampling the cultural aspects of London and European cities.