Judith is a Partner in our Family team. She works mainly in the field of high net worth divorces with a particular skill in the forensic aspect of cases. She is experienced in investigation complex financial arrangements, including pension schemes and assets held overseas.
Judith has over twenty years’ experience in family law and is the expert in our department in cohabitee matters and any disputes between non-married couples as to their property interests.
Judith has been accredited as a Specialist in the fields of Cohabitee Disputes and Complex Financial Remedies in high net worth asset cases by Resolution (the national organisation of family lawyers).
She is known for her ability to present issues in a clear and straight forward manner and her pragmatic and constructive advice.
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Judge halts the gravy
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Practitioners and the public deserve clarity on prenups
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The Belgravia Affair
Asking the right questions: The Law Commission's Consultation Paper 'Marital Property Agreements'
Judith studied law at the University of Warwick before training with a large City firm. She started specialising in family law and spent eight years with the regional office of another London firm, before moving to Mundays. She has been a member of Resolution (formerly known as the Solicitors Family Law Association) since qualification.
Judith is a marathon runner and member of her local running club. She is married with one daughter.
The Legal 500 UK 2019 leading individual Judith Fitton’s expertise ranges from financial investigations, including those relating to overseas assets to assisting cohabitees following relationship breakdowns.
The Legal 500 UK