Sarah Anticoni, Partner
Sarah’s practice has a particular emphasis upon advising on or mediating complex financial claims upon divorce together with future arrangements for children.
AboutSarah’s practice has a particular emphasis upon advising on or mediating complex financial claims upon divorce together with future arrangements for children. She has considerable experience of drafting pre and post marital agreements. As a fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL) she is recognised worldwide as having specialist knowledge of the recognition and dissolution of religious as well as civil marriages.
Sarah has a vibrant family mediation practice with referrals from top tier law firms. She is a collaborative lawyer too. She recently won Jordan's Family Law Dispute Resolution Practitioner of the Year 2016. She favours a practical and pragmatic approach to resolving conflict.
Sarah is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Litigated divorce and financial package for non working dependant spouse with no previous knowledge of spouse’s international wealth including protecting assets in the interim litigating period
- Mediated the variation and clean break capitalisation of an existing spousal maintenance order
- Mediated contact with children before ,during and after contested legal proceedings to relocate the family to US
- Negotiated and advised upon English post marital agreement to protect family wealth to mirror French existing agreement to include cross border tax advice
“Do I have to mediate?”
A trained impartial mediator can work with a divorcing couple if they cannot sort matters themselves.
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Sarah Anticoni quoted in The Times on the biggest shake-up of divorce law in decades
Sarah Anticoni comments on mood for clean breaks in divorce cases in The Daily Telegraph
Charles Russell Speechlys recognised in the latest edition of The Spears 500
The annual report is based on peer nominations of the UK's leading private client lawyers.
Cohabitation: The myths and maths of living together
Do you live with your partner? Are you unmarried? We explain what happens if it all ends in tears.
Working in conjunction with Belief in Mediation and Arbitration (BIMA)
With BIMA, Sarah Anticoni partner and Shabana Saleem barrister from the Family team have hosted 3 successful breakfast seminars this year.
Binding 'pre-nup' law for couples proposed
The Law Commission published recommendations on 27 February 2014 in relation to the enforceability of marital agreements.