Shepherd is a specialist family lawyer, collaborative lawyer and family arbitrator with over 30 years’ experience dealing mainly with the more complex financial issues (eg, businesses, trusts and pensions) that need to be negotiated when a marriage or other personal relationship sadly comes to an end.
Shepherd can also advise sensitively and effectively on arrangements for children (where they live and the arrangements for the time they spend with each parent) and has expertise in drawing up pre- and post-marital agreements. He has considerable experience in work that involves international issues.
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