Zoë is a family solicitor with specialist expertise in handling financial negotiations relating to separation. Her practice consists of acting for and against entrepreneurs and high profile business people, as well as those with media exposure. Such work is often accompanied by difficult international elements including cross border tax issues and/or jurisdictional questions.
Clients benefit from Zoë’s background as a private client advisor, her international contacts and her dynamic and robust approach to all financial issues including disclosure and enforcement.
Zoë has an active collaborative practice and is a member of Resolution.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
|2010||Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|2008-2010||McGuire Woods | Senior Consultant|
|2004-2008||Grundberg Mocatta Rakison | Senior Associate|
|2004||Qualified as a Solicitor|
|2002-2004||Rooks Rider | Trainee Solicitor|
The notion of a prenup can conjur up images of wealthy spouses seeking to protect holiday homes in the Bahamas or sprawling, countryside mansions. But these types of agreements are fast becoming a popular choice, across the UK, for couples from various walks of life. In this article, family lawyers and , along with tax and wealth management lawyer …
News broke late last week regarding the divorce of Superdry’s multimillionaire boss who has sold almost £50 million of shares in the company. It is speculated that the sale is to fund his divorce settlement. Divorce solicitor Zoë Bloom at Keystone Law takes a brief look at the importance of asset protection for high-net-worth business owners.
Posted on 15th Feb 2016 by Zoe Bloom
In the latest bid to shake up divorce law, thousands of cases are set to be removed from the courts with the introduction of new divorce centres across England and Wales. But is the initiative ultimately an attack on marriage? Or should it be applauded? Keystone’s Zoe Bloom shares her views.
Posted on 8th Jul 2015 by Zoe Bloom
The concept of online dispute resolution (“ODR”) has gathered momentum over the past few years and now the civil justice council calls for ministers to back new legislation to introduce “Her Majesty's Online Court”. The report, written by Professor Richard Susskind, the Lord Chief Justice’s IT Adviser at the request of the Civil Justice Council, draws on the success of eBay and PayPal, with their …
Posted on 17th Feb 2015 by Zoe Bloom
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