Relationship breakdown and family problems are never simple, bringing both a financial and emotional cost. It can be even more complicated if you are a business owner or the breadwinner.
During this hour-long session we will be working through a live case study with Laura Burrows and Christina Pippas, two family law experts from Collyer Bristow, to learn how to protect ourselves when it comes to relationships and money.
This interactive session will cover the following family law topics:
– The pitfalls of being the main breadwinner
– What happens if one party has set up a business before or during the marriage
– Protecting your assets – before, during and after a relationship: prenups, postnups and cohabitation agreements
Meet our speakers:
Christina Pippas, Associate
Christina is an Associate in the Family team at Collyer Bristow advising on all areas of relationship breakdown including divorce and separation, children issues, cohabitation disputes, nuptial agreements and financial claims. She joined the team having previously worked in Banking and Finance. Christina read Philosophy and Theology at Oxford University and is fluent in Greek and Spanish.
Laura Burrows, Associate
Laura has been an associate in the Collyer Bristow Family team for just under 4 years. She advises on all areas of relationship breakdown including nuptial agreements and finance and children issues. Prior to joining Collyer Bristow she trained at a media firm where she qualified into the Family team and advised clients from the music, sport and entertainment industry.
The masterclass will run for 1 hour via zoom, including a Q&A at the end and registrants will receive a link to the recording after.
Date: 29 March 2022
Please register your free place and you will be sent the joining details.
Collyer Bristow supports ambitious entrepreneurs, owner-managed and family-owned businesses, providing joined-up advice specifically tailored to their needs. They are proud of their long-standing commitment to female-founded businesses, helping redress the gender imbalance in the entrepreneurial sector and, as part of this focus, have partnered with The Women’s Chapter specifically to support female entrepreneurs in developing their businesses.