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Patrick Hart

Partner

T: 020 7842 1435 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: patrick.hart@roydswithyking.com

Patrick is an experienced partner in our Family team who represents his clients in court, doing much of his own advocacy. He deals in the areas of financial settlements and private child law, and is often involved in divorce cases with significant net assets.



About Patrick

Having worked in family law for over 30 years, Patrick has international expertise in issues that go beyond the UK and venture into jurisdictions world-wide. As well as financial settlements he also advises on separation and cohabitation issues and enforcement proceedings.

Patrick became a partner in Royds in 1997 heading up the Family team. Following the Royds Withy King merger in 2016 he now leads the Family team in London.

He graduated from Loughborough University in 1984 and went on to the College of Law where he gained his legal qualifications. Patrick has had a passion for family law since qualifying and has built up an impressive list of clients over the years.

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Patrick was admitted to the Law Society in 1993 and is also a member of Resolution.

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