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Stuart Clark
Partner | International Family Law Group LLP

Stuart Clark is a partner at iFLG specialising in international forum, divorce and financial work.

Stuart initially qualified as a barrister and later cross-qualified to become a solicitor in 2012. He has over 10 years’ experience in family law having joined iFLG from the family department of a large City firm in 2009.

Stuart has a wide breath of experience in all issues arising from the breakdown of a relationship but particularly specialises in financial and forum matters. His work involves high net worth individuals with international assets and complicated trust and partnership issues. He is often required to obtain quick advice from a specialist lawyer in another jurisdiction to run concurrently to his cases. Stuart has excellent advocacy skills and he has represented a number of clients in the Family Courts and in the High Court.  Stuart is thorough in his approach and has excellent drafting and negotiating skills.

Stuart has written for several legal journals and published family law opinion pieces on a variety of media platforms. Stuart was named as runner-up in the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (IAML) European Chapter Young Lawyers Award 2015.

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Partner | International Family Law Group LLP

Stuart Clark is a partner at iFLG specialising in international forum, divorce and financial work.

Stuart initially qualified as a barrister and later cross-qualified to become a solicitor in 2012. He has over 10 years’ experience in family law having joined iFLG from the family department of a large City firm in 2009.

Stuart has a wide breath of experience in all issues arising from the breakdown of a relationship but particularly specialises in financial and forum matters. His work involves high net worth individuals with international assets and complicated trust and partnership issues. He is often required to obtain quick advice from a specialist lawyer in another jurisdiction to run concurrently to his cases. Stuart has excellent advocacy skills and he has represented a number of clients in the Family Courts and in the High Court.  Stuart is thorough in his approach and has excellent drafting and negotiating skills.

Stuart has written for several legal journals and published family law opinion pieces on a variety of media platforms. Stuart was named as runner-up in the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (IAML) European Chapter Young Lawyers Award 2015.

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