1KBW has long been at the forefront of matrimonial finance work and the development of the law, with members of chambers appearing in many of the most important cases in the highest courts over the last 20 years or more.

We deal regularly with high-profile cases and cases involving enormous wealth, complex and intricate assets and asset-holding structures, trusts and businesses, both UK-based and offshore. Likewise, we offer the highest quality representation to parties of much more ordinary means.

We also have many specialist counsel who regularly deal with cases involving trust of land disputes between cohabiting parties pursuant to TOLATA 1996 and also cases involving financial provision for children pursuant to Schedule 1 to the Children Act 1989.

One of the best sets in the country for matrimonial finance work
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Reputation

‘Some say this is the go-to chambers because of its strength in depth and wide breadth of knowledge’; ‘you can usually instruct a barrister who will fit the client’s pocket and personality, as well as with whom solicitors can have a good working relationship, which is so very important’ – Legal 500 2017

Consistently recognised in the legal guides and at award ceremonies as a matrimonial finance set of the highest calibre, we are ‘the actual and future heavyweights of the Family Bar’, with ‘an impressive spread of expertise in complex matrimonial finance work’ – Chambers and Partners

Our members have acted in most of the leading divorce and finance cases in the last 20 years, including White v White, Miller v Miller, McFarlane v McFarlane, Granatino v Radmacher, Owens v Owens, Gohil v Gohil, Imerman v Tchenguiz, Charman v Charman,  Work v Gray, Sharp v Sharp, and many more.

If you would like to discuss your requirements with one of 1KBW’s Finance barristers then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our clerking team who will be more than happy to assist with your enquiry.

Barristers


Richard Anelay QC
Silk 1993Call 1970
James Turner QC
Silk 1998Call 1976
Charles Howard QC
Silk 1999Call 1975
Clive Newton QC
Silk 2002Call 1968
Deborah Eaton QC
Silk 2008Call 1985
Christopher Pocock QC
Silk 2009Call 1984
Joint Head of Chambers
Frank Feehan QC
Silk 2010Call 1988
Richard Harrison QC
Silk 2012Call 1993
Philip Marshall QC
Silk 2012Call 1989
The Legal 500, Family Silk of the Year 2019
James Roberts QC MCIArb
Silk 2019Call 1993
Joint Head of Chambers
Harry Oliver QC MCIArb
Silk 2020Call 1999
Caroline Lister
Call 1981
Elizabeth Selman
Call 1989
Christopher McCourt
Call 1993
Victoria Green
Call 1994
Alexander Chandler MCIArb
Call 1995
Graham Crosthwaite
Call 1995
Nicola Fox MCIArb
Call 1996
Nicholas Anderson
Call 1995
Richard Castle
Call 1998
Deepak Nagpal
Call 2002
Katherine Kelsey
Call 2003
Jennifer Perrins
Call 2004
Perican Tahir
Call 2004
Peter Newman
Call 2005
Stephen Jarmain
Call 2005
Kate Ozwell
Call 2007
Alex Tatton–Bennett
Call 2007
Kelan McHugh
Call 2007
Katy Chokowry
Call 2003
Laura Moys
Call 2008
Samantha Ridley
Call 2009
Lucinda Ferguson
Call 2017
Associate Member
Charlotte Hartley
Call 2009
Juliet Chapman
Call 2009
George Gordon
Call 2010
Jennifer Palmer
Call 2011
Thomas Dance
Call 2012
Helen Pomeroy
Call 2012
Frances Stratton
Call 2013
Millie Benson
Call 2014
Lucia Crimp
Call 2015
Anna Sutcliffe
Call 2015
Max Turnell
Call 2016
Imogen Lloyd-Thomas
Call 2015
Victoria Halsall
Call 2017
Emma Wilson
Call 2017
Elle Tait
Call 2018
Tadhgh Barwell O’Connor
Call 2019
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1 King’s Bench Walk reopened on Monday 6th July 2020

 

1KBW is pleased to announce that, following a stringent risk-assessment, we began the process of reopening chambers from 6th July 2020. A series of measures are now in place to ensure the safety of all staff, members and visitors. We have been successfully working remotely during the lockdown period and a number of staff and members will continue to do so to ensure social distancing measures are kept in place, as per government guidance.

 

We continue to request that all client meetings be conducted virtually, where possible. We are fully equipped to carry on with client conferences via telephone or video link, on any preferred platform. Should you require to come in to chambers for a meeting, please contact a member of the clerking team so that bespoke arrangements can be made.