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Andrzej Bojarski
Barrister | 36Family
Andrzej Bojarski has practised in family law since 1995. He is the Head of the Family Team at 36 Bedford Row, where he also heads the Family Finance Team. Although a family law specialist he has a broad common law background and he continues to be instructed in civil litigation, often linked to the financial aspects of relationship breakdown. As a result he is regularly engaged in ancillary relief cases where the married couple’s affairs have become intertwined with the affairs of a third party, such as a company, partnership or trust, or where there are disputes over the ownership of property or other related contractual or commercial disputes. In addition to his work in financial cases, he acts in public law, private law and international proceedings concerning children.
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Barrister | 36Family
Andrzej Bojarski has practised in family law since 1995. He is the Head of the Family Team at 36 Bedford Row, where he also heads the Family Finance Team. Although a family law specialist he has a broad common law background and he continues to be instructed in civil litigation, often linked to the financial aspects of relationship breakdown. As a result he is regularly engaged in ancillary relief cases where the married couple’s affairs have become intertwined with the affairs of a third party, such as a company, partnership or trust, or where there are disputes over the ownership of property or other related contractual or commercial disputes. In addition to his work in financial cases, he acts in public law, private law and international proceedings concerning children.
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