Roger Bamber is a partner in the family team and joined Mills & Reeve in 1988. As a specialist family lawyer with nearly 30 years’ experience, he deals mainly with more complex financial issues (such as businesses, trusts and pensions) that need to be negotiated or litigated when a marriage comes to an end.
Bamber’s preference is to use the collaborative law approach to discussions, as that tends to enable an outcome that is both fair and of better quality.
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