Joshua Green, Senior Associate
Joshua specialises in all aspects of relationship breakdown including nuptial agreements, divorce, finances and children matters.
Joshua specialises in family law including pre and post nuptial agreements, divorce, finances and arrangements for children after their parents have separated. Many of Joshua’s cases have an international element and involve high-net worth, high profile individuals in cases dealing with complex financial structures including trusts, inherited wealth and family businesses. Joshua has significant experience in acting in challenging international children matters, including applications for parents to permanently leave the jurisdiction with their children, cases involving publicity and media law issues, and acting for clients in the sports industry.
Joshua was named as one of eprivateclient’s “Top 35 under 35” 2018 and a "Rising Star" in The Legal 500 2021. He was also listed as a ‘Recommended Family Lawyer’ in The Spear’s 2021. He has written a number of articles for Family Law Journal on issues such as legal funding in family proceedings, religious issues in children cases and domestic abuse and harm in international relocation cases and has also written for City AM on dealing with cryptocurrency assets during a divorce.
Joshua is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- A v A (Arbitration: Guidance)  EWHC 1889 (Fam)
- RJ v Tigipko  EWHC 448 (Fam)
- Re J (Children: Permission to Remove from Jurisdiction) EWCA Civ 1372
- S and V (Children - Leave to Remove)  EWFC 26
- Fields v Fields  EWHC 1670 (Fam)
- H v S  EWHC B23 (Fam)
Go easy on each other - divorcing the Adele way
Joshua Green writes for City AM on dealing with cryptocurrency assets during a divorce
Divorces are complicated on many levels, but especially so when it comes dividing up and assigning financial assets and future payments.
From Bitcoin to Ethereum - Cryptocurrency on Divorce
Property Patter: how to get consent applications right
Applications for consent to assign, sublet or alter premises are fraught with difficulties