Executive Partner and Financial Arbitrator
Julian Bremner specialises in medium to high value matrimonial cases. He is a qualified financial Arbitrator. This means that Julian is qualified to determine financial disputes between parties as a quicker and often more cost effective alternative to court proceedings. Julian also deals regularly with Civil Partnership disputes, cohabitation disputes, separation agreements, pre-nuptial agreements and additional financial provision for children of unmarried parents.
I received the best advice based on his extensive knowledge of the law. He is extremely detailed. Given the stress that the process puts on you, I only felt okay because I knew Julian was on the case on my behalf.
Client on Julian
Julian has a great knack of deciphering subjective ramblings and putting a very succinct and objective communication together. He takes an extremely pragmatic approach based on case histories, the law, client input and data. To be blunt this is really what I expect from someone knowing their job and interested in their clients. He does a good job of watching the purse as well.
Client on Julian
The lawyers were fantastic – they took the stress out of it. They really care about their clients; they are not just trying to make money out of you. They genuinely care’
Julian takes a pragmatic approach to each and every case. He is skilled at understanding his clients’ objectives, reviewing their case, and quickly asserting a workable strategy. It is this approach which assists his clients achieve their objectives, which is increasingly to negotiate a fair and reasonable settlement.
Niche family practice Rayden Solicitors displays ‘a City-firm’s attitude’. Julian Bremner ‘displays excellent knowledge’.
Legal 500 2015
His experience at conducting trials helps him to focus on client objectives and the end result, as well as dealing with barristers in preparation of his clients’ cases. This experience is invaluable in his role as financial Arbitrator.
Committed to supporting his profession, Julian regularly contributes articles for professional periodicals such as the Family Law Journal and the Family Law Newsletter; covering a broad range of legal issues. A list of his contributions is available on request. His articles include:
- Fit for purpose Family Law Journal – April 2016
- Cause for Concern Family Law Journal – March 2016
- Tread Carefully Family Law Journal – February 2015
- A Cautionary Tale December 2014
Julian is supported by Gaynor.
Gaynor works full time – Monday – Friday 10.00am – 6.00pm
Email Julian at firstname.lastname@example.org