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Graeme Fraser
Partner | OGR Stock Denton

Graeme qualified in 1996 and became a Partner in 2011. He hasspecialised in family law throughout his career. Formerly a partner atCumberland Ellis, he became a partner at Hunters in January 2013.

He has considerable experience in advising onfinancial settlements involving complex assets and substantial wealth, and oncohabitation, for which he holds the Resolution specialist accreditation. Healso belongs to the Law Society Family Accreditation Scheme. His work ofteninvolves international aspects, and settlements involving commercial risk, suchas insolvency or liquidity issues.

He is a Resolution trained collaborativelawyer and is the POD liaison officer for Central London Collaborative Lawyers.

He maintains a keen interest in the legalrights of unmarried parents, and is chair of Resolution’s CohabitationCommittee, which has an agenda to reform cohabitation. He is a consultanteditor and author for LexisPSL Family on cohabitation. Additionally, he is theco-author of Resolution’s Cohabitation Claims (2011) and Resolution’s TheModern Family (2012)

Graeme is also recommended in the Legal 500.

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Partner | OGR Stock Denton

Graeme qualified in 1996 and became a Partner in 2011. He hasspecialised in family law throughout his career. Formerly a partner atCumberland Ellis, he became a partner at Hunters in January 2013.

He has considerable experience in advising onfinancial settlements involving complex assets and substantial wealth, and oncohabitation, for which he holds the Resolution specialist accreditation. Healso belongs to the Law Society Family Accreditation Scheme. His work ofteninvolves international aspects, and settlements involving commercial risk, suchas insolvency or liquidity issues.

He is a Resolution trained collaborativelawyer and is the POD liaison officer for Central London Collaborative Lawyers.

He maintains a keen interest in the legalrights of unmarried parents, and is chair of Resolution’s CohabitationCommittee, which has an agenda to reform cohabitation. He is a consultanteditor and author for LexisPSL Family on cohabitation. Additionally, he is theco-author of Resolution’s Cohabitation Claims (2011) and Resolution’s TheModern Family (2012)

Graeme is also recommended in the Legal 500.

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