Amy Fullerton Solicitor - Family Law - London
Amy is a Solicitor in the Family Law team, based in London.
Main areas of practice
Amy advises clients on resolving issues surrounding the breakdown of their relationship. This ranges from divorce and financial arrangements to private children matters. Amy also has experience of advising clients in relation to both pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements.
Amy has experience in dealing with matters through Court proceedings where required and assists clients in resolving matters through alternative dispute resolution including negotiations and advising clients attending mediation.
Amy advises a wide range of clients ranging from low to high net worth individuals.
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The Supreme Court has dismissed Mrs Owens' appeal in the much reported case of Owens v Owens.
In recent weeks, it has been reported in the media that the wife of an entrepreneur was awarded £115 million in one of Britain's biggest divorces. However, this was much less than the 50% share that she had hoped for.
Related Knowledge & Resources
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