Bradley Williams

Bradley Williams

Family Law in Partnership LLP
1 Neal Street
Covent Garden

t: 020 7420 5000

Bradley Williams is an Associate in the firm. He has a comprehensive family law practice, specialising in the financial complexities of divorce, private Children Law and separation of non-married couples.

Whilst Bradley strives to settle his cases out of court, he recognises that this will not always be possible for every client. His experience in Court provides clients with the confidence and support they need throughout the process. Bradley successfully acted on the legal team for Julia McFarlane in the ground-breaking House of Lords case that resulted in a change in the spousal maintenance law.

What Bradley's clients say

"I have been hugely impressed by your patience, diligence, clarity of mind and capacity for sheer hard work"

Bradley is committed to finding constructive solutions to clients' family law problems. He is a trained mediator and Collaborative Lawyer. He is a member of the London Collaborative Group. Bradley is also a member of Resolution's National Committee and he sits on the Y Resolution Committee.

Bradley writes articles for legal publications and has been quoted in the national press. He is fluent in German and has studied German Law in Germany. His interests include travelling, playing golf (to a high level of frustration) and following Everton football club (similarly).

Cases in the news which Bradley has acted on:

Bradley v Bradley 2008 Court of Appeal
The Court of Appeal overturned a stay of an Order for the payment of a lump sum which had been made against Bradley's client. The Court of Appeal found that there was no jurisdiction to make an Order for Security for Costs "by the back door"

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and Boyle 2008 Court of Appeal
Bradley successfully acted for the father in overturning a flawed CSA assessment

B v B 2007 Before the President of the Family Division
Bradley successfully acted for his client on application by his ex-wife to overturn a Consent Order. The Judge upheld the agreement reached by the parties

Smith v Smith House of Lords 2006
Bradley successfully acted for Helen Smith in her fight against the Child Support Agency

McFarlane v McFarlane House of Lords 2006
Bradley successfully acted for Julia McFarlane in the ground-breaking decision concerning spousal maintenance.

In the matter of K (Children) Court of Appeal 2002