London, United Kingdom
Warren qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and joined the firm in April 2015, having previously worked at medium sized practices in London, Kent and Surrey.
Warren has extensive experience of assisting clients with all aspects of contentious and non-contentious family law matters. His work includes divorce and the subsequent division of assets, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, separation advice, cohabitation and relationship breakdowns, property ownership disputes plus disagreements regarding children and their welfare.
Having built up a strong client base over the years, Warren specialises in complex high net worth financial remedy claims and has acted for FTSE 100 company directors, bankers, lawyers, celebrities and entrepreneurs both here and abroad.
2002 - 2003
"I would like to thank you for everything you did and the support you gave me during this horrible and upsetting period in my life. Now it is finally over I feel I can shut the door on it and get on with my life".
"I would have no hesitation in recommending Warren to my friends and associates; in fact I have already done so and a new divorce client will be with you shortly which is a double-edged sword morally – whilst no one likes to celebrate divorce, it happens and my friends deserve the best and that’s why I’ve recommended Warren”.
"I can't fault the service Warren gave, from start to finish, and I personally would 100% recommend him to all my friends and business associates."
“It was great meeting you yesterday, your valuable time and advice gave me relief and sense of peace.”
"I was looking for a solicitor to advise me on the process of divorce, due to the breakdown of my marriage. When I first spoke to Warren he was exceptionally helpful and provided me with all the necessary information I required regarding a divorce. He was sensitive to my situation and took the time to listen and advise me accordingly. He has worked relentlessly on my case, constantly updating me and ensuring I am comfortable with any decisions made. His advice and guidance has been fantastic and I would highly recommend him to anyone who needed a solicitor."
"I needed professional legal advice and assistance to speed up my case. Warren is a highly professional solicitor. He listened to me with patience and thanks to his vast experience, it didn't take a second for him to realise how to help me the best possible way. He communicates very efficiently and really helped my case. He also charges reasonable fees for his service. I would highly recommend Warren if anyone is looking for the best legal assistance at reasonable fees. Just to add, Warren is a warm hearted and kind person."
"I required urgent advice and Warren was able to offer experienced and friendly legal advice. Warren couldn't have done anything better, I was 100% satisfied"
Warren was recently instructed by a client who had informally agreed terms of financial settlement with his wife directly before seeking legal advice in a medium net worth case.
On considering the terms against the financial needs of each party, Warren successfully negotiated a reduction in the lump sum payment to be paid to the other party by £50,000.00 on the basis that the terms did not accurately cater for the client’s medium to long-term needs.
No separate application to Court was required on the basis that financial remedy proceedings had not been commenced. The lump sum was negotiated down and amended terms were subsequently agreed and filed at Court.
Warren was recently instructed by a client when his claim to the beneficial interest in a former home shared with his ex-partner was defended.
The client had contributed towards the purchase of the property by paying the initial deposit sum as well as the mortgage for a period of 2 years. There was then a period of prolonged silence before Warren was retained to pursue an application under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 to force the sale of the property and recover the client’s interest.
The case settled and the client recovered his initial deposit plus 50% of the current net equity in the property, its value having increased significantly since the date of purchase.
Warren acted on behalf of a mother who wanted, for welfare issues in relation to her children, to change their surnames without the father’s consent.
The father held parental responsibility for the children and opposed the application but it was found that the children (who consented to the name change) faced a risk of persecution by association if their names were not altered.
The client’s application was successful.