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Harcus Sinclair retains position as Leading Firm in Chambers UK 2019

16/11/18

Kathryn Peat | Partners | Family Department

Harcus Sinclair has maintained its ranking as a Leading Firm in the recently published Chambers UK 2019. The firm is listed in Band 5 for Family / Matrimonial and Kathryn Peat, who leads the department, is ranked as a Leading Individual in Band 4.

According to the guide the team is best known for being a “Broad-based practice offering services in a range of family matters, including children and financial proceedings in the UK and abroad. Also advises on pre- and postnuptial agreements. Additionally engages in arbitration and mediation for clients seeking alternatives to litigation. Acts for clients across a broad spectrum of incomes, including high net worth individuals. Houses expertise in matters involving the navigation of complex offshore trust structures.

Kathryn Peat, who is a partner, part-time judge and family lawyer with over 30 years’ experience, is recognised as a ‘notable practitioner’. She is praised by interviewees for being “a great support in the toughest of times” and managing to “combine a tough rigour with pragmatism”.

To read Kathryn’s firm profile, and for details on the other members of the family team, please see here.

To read more about the services that Harcus Sinclair’s Family department provide, please see here.

Full details of the firm’s Family / Matrimonial ranking in Chambers UK 2019 and the accompanying editorial are available here.

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