Richard Kershaw

Richard Kershaw

Partner

Richard Kershaw

Partner

Richard has been a partner since 2003, and advises on a wide range of financial and child related disputes arising on the breakdown of a relationship.

His cases are often complex and high in value, and draw on his expertise in trusts, overseas assets and property ownership. Richard is frequently instructed to obtain injunctions, both financial and for his clients’ personal protection.

In addition to his Family work, Richard has a complementary litigation practice with a primary focus on relationship generated trust and inheritance act disputes.

Awards

Chambers & Partners UK 2020

‘Recognised Practitioner’ for Family/Matrimonial

The Legal 500 UK 2020

Leading Individual in ‘Contentious trusts and probate’

“'Richard Kershaw is the contentious private client partner you really want to find: sympathetic, devoted to the cause, but with an unerring ability to weigh up the weaknesses and strengths of the case, both the opponent's and the client's'.”

The Legal 500 UK 2020

Leading Individual in ‘Family’

“Richard is brilliant: insightful, pragmatic and knowledgeable. He has great client care skills and inspires confidence. He identifies strategies from the outset and gives clear and fair advice so clients feel part of a supportive team throughout.”

Chambers UK 2019

Ranked as a Recognised Practitioner for his expertise in the Family/Matrimonial section

The Legal 500 2019

Leading Individual in The Contentious Trusts and Probate section and is recommended in The Family section

Law in Chambers HNW 2017

Ranked in Band 4 for Private Wealth

The Legal 500 2017

Recognised as a Leading Individual in the Contentious Trust and Probate section and also highlighted in the Family section

“Listed as 'an impressively clear thinker who makes sound judgements' and 'an excellent choice where it is necessary to keep ahead and face down a strong opponent'”
“ Highlighted for being 'very thorough'”

Citywealth Leaders List 2017

Listed for Contentious Trusts, and Family and Matrimonial

MEMBERSHIPS

Richard is a trained collaborative practitioner and a member of Resolution.

Awards

Chambers & Partners UK 2020

‘Recognised Practitioner’ for Family/Matrimonial

The Legal 500 UK 2020

Leading Individual in ‘Contentious trusts and probate’

“'Richard Kershaw is the contentious private client partner you really want to find: sympathetic, devoted to the cause, but with an unerring ability to weigh up the weaknesses and strengths of the case, both the opponent's and the client's'.”

The Legal 500 UK 2020

Leading Individual in ‘Family’

“Richard is brilliant: insightful, pragmatic and knowledgeable. He has great client care skills and inspires confidence. He identifies strategies from the outset and gives clear and fair advice so clients feel part of a supportive team throughout.”

Chambers UK 2019

Ranked as a Recognised Practitioner for his expertise in the Family/Matrimonial section

The Legal 500 2019

Leading Individual in The Contentious Trusts and Probate section and is recommended in The Family section

Law in Chambers HNW 2017

Ranked in Band 4 for Private Wealth

The Legal 500 2017

Recognised as a Leading Individual in the Contentious Trust and Probate section and also highlighted in the Family section

“Listed as 'an impressively clear thinker who makes sound judgements' and 'an excellent choice where it is necessary to keep ahead and face down a strong opponent'”
“ Highlighted for being 'very thorough'”

Citywealth Leaders List 2017

Listed for Contentious Trusts, and Family and Matrimonial

MEMBERSHIPS

Richard is a trained collaborative practitioner and a member of Resolution.

Latest Headlines

Apr 04, 2019
Richard Kershaw examines the case of Daga v Bangur and trusts in the Family Division in WealthBriefing
Mar 07, 2019
Richard Kershaw comments on the case of Cowan v Foreman in New Law Journal
Mar 04, 2019
Richard Kershaw examines the case of Daga v Bangur and trusts in the Family Division in Family Law LexisNexis

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