Arbitration is a great alternative to court, the Queen of Arbitration herself Suzanne Kingston takes us through the process and benefits
Arbitration is a brilliant alternative to court, with the same framework and legal standing but a much shorter time period. It also gives couples more involvement in the process.
In this interview the ‘Queen of Arbitration’, Susanne Kingston, takes us through the process and the benefits including:
More about Suzanne
A consultant at Mills & Reeve (London) and Carey Olsen (Jersey), Suzanne is widely known for her expertise in all aspects of family work, in particular the resolution of complex financial issues for high net worth individuals. Her cases often have an international element and she has considerable experience in dealing with prenuptial agreements and cohabitation issues. Often referred to as “the Queen of Arbitration and Mediation’, she is credited with spearheading family law arbitration in England and Wales and worldwide.
Suzanne is recognised as a leading individual in both Chamber and Legal 500 being described as ‘very knowledgeable, team driven and proactive in achieving results without aggravating often difficult matrimonial issues’. She won Spears Wealth Management Family Lawyer of the year in 2016 and Citywealth Lawyer of the year in the same year and is included in the leading lawyers list. In November 2020, she won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Magic Circle Awards in November 2020.
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