Martin has developed a strong reputation in the field of family finance. He is a qualified arbitrator and regularly conducts Early Neutral Evaluations and FDRs.  He is also instructed in Children Act matters.


Martin is an experienced family finance practitioner. He is regularly instructed in cases involving: forensic scrutiny of business accounts; company shares and business valuations; off-shore assets; hidden wealth and other material non-disclosure; farms, share options, art collections and other atypical assets and domestic and overseas enforcement of family finance orders, including tracing of assets.

Martin is also instructed in co-ownership disputes; claims between cohabitees; contested divorce or nullity proceedings; leave to remove children from the jurisdiction; child abduction and enforcement of foreign judgments and orders.

Martin has also practiced extensively in employment law, covering the whole range of issues from fiduciary duties to TUPE and contracts to discrimination.  He is familiar with private sector employment practices and procedures and with local government, health and education.