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Harcus Sinclair receives eprivateclient Top Family Law Firms accolade

02/07/18

Kathryn Peat | Partners | Family Department

Harcus Sinclair has retained it’s ranking as a Tier II firm in eprivateclient’s Top Family Law Firms again this year. 

The aim of the initiative is to identify, recognise, introduce and promote the Top Family Law Firms. eprivateclient surveys over 100 family law firms in the UK and the rankings are based on data received on areas such as number of partners, number of fee earners, total number of staff, total fee income and fee income as a percentage of firm total income.

Harcus Sinclair’s family department advises high net worth individuals with complex financial issues, often across a range of business and trust assets and several jurisdictions.  It is also known for its work in private children matters, which requires finding creative solutions for clients with both domestic and international needs, including leave to remove, financial remedies, nuptial settlements and non-married cohabitation.

The team is led by partner Kathryn Peat, “a mediator and arbitrator who earns the respect of her peers for her work across both substantial financial and complex private children matters” (Chambers UK 2018). Kathryn is described by her clients as “talented and highly effective” and praised for her “calm professionalism”.  

Kathryn will be attending the champagne reception being held for the 2018 awards this evening, hosted by Dixon Wilson, where the winners will be presented with their plaques. The event is sponsored by Close Brothers Asset Management.

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