Christopher practises exclusively in family law and areas related to the breakdown of family relationships, such as applications brought under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 and TOLATA 1996.
Children: public law
Christopher regularly appears on behalf of local authorities, parents and children’s guardians in cases involving complex expert medical evidence. He also has a particular interest in public law cases where there is an interface with immigration issues.
Christopher regularly represents high-net worth clients and appears in cases that involve issues such as foreign assets, trusts, linked POCA proceedings and complex business assets.
Christopher has delivered numerous lectures and seminars on diverse topics such as:
- Pension division on divorce
- Petrodel v Prest
- Leave to remove children form the jurisdiction
- Court skills
- Forensic testing for alcohol abuse