Recommended as a leading junior Family barrister in Chambers UK, Peter’s practice includes: matrimonial finance with an emphasis on complex financial cases involving substantial assets, trust structures, tax and valuation issues and/or requiring injunctive relief and/or third party disclosure; international jurisdictional disputes; and drafting pre-nuptial, post-nuptial and cohabitation agreements. Peter prides himself on being available and accessible to those who instruct him. He considers it essential that his clients are given the information and time to understand the advice he is giving and that he is available throughout proceedings to assist, if called upon to do so. The 2012 edition of Chambers credited Peter’s “impressive preparation and ability to grasp facts expertly and quickly”, saying he is “extremely sensitive with clients when necessary and a formidable opponent.” The 2013 edition of the same directory described Peter as a “wonderful advocate”.
Experienced in big-money casesThe Legal 500
Handles the examination and preparation of nuptial agreements alongside complex ancillary relief proceedings, including those involving special contributions and non-marital assets. Expertise: "A real character. He's a man with a great brain who is a brilliant strategic planner. A first choice for top-end work."Chambers & Partners 2015
An expert in ancillary relief and TOLATA issues. He has particular knowledge of offshore wealth issues, trusts, companies and bankruptcy. Expertise: "An excellent advocate, who is strong on paperwork and shows great attention to detail. Clients feel he really fights their corner."Chambers & Partners 2014
‘Expertise in complex financial cases involving substantial assets.’Legal 500 2015
- Agbaje v. Agbaje
 UKSC 10
- C v. C (Appeal: Hadkinson Order)
 1 FLR 434
- S v. S
 EWHC 991 (Fam)
- Sharland v Sharland
 UKSC 60
- Agbaje v. Agbaje
Peter was a professional musician before coming to the Bar. He lives in London and loves his job – as well as his time away from work!