George’s practice encompasses all of the financial aspects of relationship breakdown including divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, the separation of unmarried couples and disputes under Schedule 1 of the Children Act, together with jurisdiction disputes.

George has experience of high-net worth cases where issues of special contributions and pre and post-marital assets come into play, as well as nuptial agreements, be that drafting or advising how such an agreement can impact on financial remedies claims.

George is regularly instructed in complex Children Act matters involving parental alienation and intractable hostility, applications for leave to remove, as well as regularly appearing in the High Court in international abduction cases (to Hague and Non-Hague countries).


George is a great advocate, and clients love him. He's very passionate about his work and fights for his clients.Legal 500 2024
Clients always feel reassured and love how passionately he pursues their case. He comes up with good solutions to difficult issues and is willing to look at things from all angles.Chambers UK 2024
Fantastic with clients, he provides no-nonsense, realistic advice and gets straight to the crux of the matter. He is a great support when working on complicated cases, and always goes the extra mile for the instructing solicitor and the client.Chambers UK 2024
George says it as it is. Clients warm to his straightforward approach and superior tactical ability.Chambers UK 2024
He's an advocate who displays enormous empathy with the client and quickly gains the ear of the court.Chambers UK 2023

Further information

MA Philosophy, The University of Edinburgh

Graduate Diploma of Law, City Law School

Bar Professional Training Course, City Law School


Jules Thorn Scholarship

Appointments & Memberships

Family Law Bar Association