As we welcome a new decade, many of us have given thought to what we were doing ten years ago. For family lawyers perhaps the most ground-breaking event of 2010 was the breakdown of the marriage between German paper industry heiress, Katrin Radmacher, and a French investment banker turned Oxford University researcher, Nicholas Granatino.
The Supreme Court judgement upholding the prenuptial agreement entered into by the parties before the marriage would go on to shape the landscape of family law for the decade to come.
Hannah Minty appears in Resolution's publication; The Review, alongside Rachel Cooper from Coram Chambers, looking back on the Supreme Court decision in Radmacher and considers how best practice has evolved in this area since 2010.
Hannah is a senior associate in the family team at Russell-Cooke. She advises clients from all backgrounds on divorce and financial matters, jurisdictional disputes, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, property disputes between cohabitees, and financial claims on behalf of children following the breakdown of relationships between unmarried couples.
Hannah is an active member of Resolution (an association of family lawyers committed to the constructive resolution of disputes) and current Chair of the South West London Regional Resolution Group.