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Mark Stiebel joins Hunters Law as a Partner in the Family Department

  • October 11, 2021
  • By Mark Stiebel, Partner

This news was featured in The Legal Diary on 15 October 2021 and can be accessed here. This news was also featured in EPrivateClient on 18 October 2021 here

Hunters Law LLP is delighted to announce that Mark Stiebel has joined the firm as a Partner in the Family Department.

Mark joins Hunters from Charles Mia, a boutique Mayfair firm, where he built up a dedicated following of HNW and UHNW clients, many of them based abroad. Originally from South Africa, Mark is admitted to practice in that jurisdiction as well as in England and Wales.

Mark advises clients on all aspects of private family law, with extensive experience in complex financial remedy cases, with a particular expertise in cases involving onshore and offshore trusts and family arrangements. Mark’s family law practice also encompasses pre- and post-nuptial agreements and challenging children cases, including those involving domestic abuse.

Mark’s complementary practices in trust and private client litigation, commercial litigation and art law facilitate his holistic approach and are an excellent fit with Hunters’ specialisms and cross-departmental ethos.

Commenting on his move to Hunters, Mark said “I am delighted to have joined Hunters’ dynamic family law team. As well as being talented lawyers, they are a pleasure to work with and I am excited to develop our practices together.”

Henry Hood, Head of the Family department commented: “Mark is a fantastic lawyer who brings a wealth of experience to our highly skilled team. I am thrilled that he has chosen to join us and look forward to working with him as we continue to develop Hunters’ family department.”

Mark’s appointment marks the continuing expansion of Hunters’ family team, with newly qualified solicitor Philippa Kum having joined the department earlier this month.


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