Tristan specialises in dispute resolution. He is a Resolution trained mediator, an arbitrator (in both financial and children cases) and a collaborative lawyer. He also conducts private FDRs and early neutral evaluations.
Tristan’s practice encompasses all aspects of family law, with an emphasis on matrimonial finance and private law children matters. He has also represented clients in Schedule I applications, trust of land disputes and applications under Part IV Family Law Act 1996.
Tristan has lectured on a range of subjects including pre-nuptial agreements and trust of land disputes.
Appointments and Memberships
Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) Family Arbitration
Family Law Bar Association
Resolution affiliate member
Having studied at Pomona College, California for one year under the Pomona-Downing Scholarship, Tristan read Law at Downing College, Cambridge. He was subsequently awarded the Jules Thorn Scholarship by Middle Temple.
Tristan is married with two daughters. He enjoys playing golf and the piano, neither particularly well.