Daniel Sanders

Daniel Sanders


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A brief introduction

Daniel is a partner and the head of the family team. He has wide ranging experience in matrimonial and children related matters and is particularly known for his experience in dealing with financial settlements arising in divorce proceedings.
Daniel deals with all types of divorce and financial settlement matters, including complex cases with substantial assets and those which involve complex asset structures including trusts, pensions and businesses. He also regularly advises upon the preparation of pre and post nuptial agreements. Daniel works closely with our commercial experts and tax specialists to offer coherent, constructive and tailor made advice for each client.

In addition, Daniel represents parents (and grandparents) in private law Children Act proceedings in matters concerning the care, contact and living arrangements for children where parents are unable to agree on decisions and arrangements relating to their children. He has a wealth of experience in dealing with such cases that have complex factual or background circumstances.


  • divorce and separation including civil partnerships
  • financial settlement arising on divorce and separation
  • child arrangements
  • pre-nuptial and pre-registration agreements

In Practice

Daniel has recently acted in cases concerning financial settlements being sought several years after the original divorce proceedings and where no formal financial orders were made at the time of the divorce and a number of clients in cases involving significant income and pension resources. He has also represented sports and media personalities and was involved recently in a high profile case concerning cross-jurisdictional child arrangements which required coordination with overseas legal professionals involved in other litigation concerning the family.

Daniel is a member of Resolution, the national organisation of family lawyers committed to non-confrontational approaches to their work.