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Frankle knows first-hand that divorce rarely affects just two people. He recently acted for the sister of a man getting divorced, protecting a cherished family heirloom from being given to the wife by proving, despite the lack of paperwork, that it was only held in trust by the husband. The father-of-one qualified in 2005 and already has a number of listed cases under his belt, enjoying a baptism of fire with Miller v Miller at the House of Lords, which changed the law on asset division. More recently, he acted for the husband in Z v Z, where he proved that a French marriage contract should be upheld in English law, thereby saving his client around £2 million.

Brett Frankle
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