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Top Spear’s-Ranked Lawyer joins Keystone’s Family team from Charles Russell Speechlys

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Richard Collins has joined Keystone’s family offering from Charles Russell Speechlys where he was a Partner.

A highly experienced French- and German-speaking family lawyer, Richard advises domestic and international clients on every aspect of family law including complex financial and business cases, private children issues, cohabitant disputes, and cases involving offshore trusts and tracing assets.

Richard has particular expertise in civil partnership cases and specialises in UK and foreign child relocation cases and cross-border jurisdiction disputes. He also deals in cases which involve issues of depression and addictive behaviours such as alcoholism and substance misuse. He also advises those who are not married on disputes over property, child arrangements and financial claims for the maintenance of children.

Richard’s clients are a wide range of business, legal and finance professionals, individuals with private wealth, those in the arts, media and in the public eye and their spouses and partners. While experienced in complex claim litigation, he is also committed to dispute resolution solutions and is a trained collaborative lawyer and mediator.

Richard joins Keystone’s 17-strong Family team. The team acts for some of the UK’s most high-profile business people, entrepreneurs and those in the public eye.

James Knight, founder and CEO of Keystone Law said:

“Richard’s arrival is not only fantastic for the firm, it’s fantastic for our many HNW and UHNW clients who require advice in this area. He is extremely highly regarded across the profession and will work closely with the rest of our renowned Family team based throughout the country.”

Richard added:

“I’m delighted to be able to continue to provide a high level of client service and assistance as part of such a progressive firm which is leading the way in its commitment to being forward thinking.”


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