Philip Conrath has specialised in Family Law since 1998, dealing in all aspects of divorce, relationship breakdown, and childcare. He is based in London and Wiltshire, and happy to travel nationally.

His private client practice includes Financial Orders, Trusts of Land Act and Inheritance Act cases.

Philip also has considerable experience in Public Law work, having acted for local authorities, parents, guardians, and grandparents. He has also acted for parents with mental health difficulties, and ‘Gillick’ competent children, and has handled Court of Protection cases, representing vulnerable adults, at High Court level. He has also dealt with adoption cases and Child Support Agency Appeals.

Regular clients tell him he is patient, tolerant, and a good communicator, and he gets on well with people. Philip also has experience as a Family Mediator.

He is happy to accept Public Access instructions in both financial and childcare disputes, and will offer advice on matters on an initial basis in a mutually convenient environment in London or Wiltshire.

Outside work, Philip has been a Trustee of a local charity, has chaired an appeal committee for entry into a primary school, plays tennis, enjoys singing in a choir, and going to the theatre, concerts and opera, and follows rugby, football and cricket.