Rosemary Sharp

Rosemary Sharp - Partner

Rosie’s work predominantly focuses on divorce and financial claims arising on divorce and often involves business and farming assets, armed forces personnel, landed estates and Trusts.  Rosie is regularly asked to advise on wealth protection including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.

Her work also includes private children matters including contact and residence and financial provision for children following an unmarried relationship breakdown.

Rosie takes a sensitive and pragmatic approach to every client’s situation and tailors her approach to each individual client’s needs.

Rosie has recently become a member of Resolution’s Publications Board.

Many thanks for all your hard work, your efficiency, patience and sympathetic attitude.

Anonymous client

I am hugely grateful to Rosie for her mathematical genius and her keen eye for detail.

Anonymous client

Thank you for your professionalism, understanding and clear sightedness throughout – it has been a great support and has helped me through some very stressful times.

Anonymous client

Civil partnerships update
Apr
2019

A welcome change to family law coming in May 2019 will allow mixed-sex couples the option of entering into a civil partnership, instead of a traditional marriage.

National single parent day
Mar
2019

One in four children lives with only one parent in the UK. Some parents are single by design, others as a result of relationship breakdown. Whatever your circumstances, here are some important things to think about on National Single Parent Day.

no-fault divorce
Feb
2019

The government has announced its commitment to a reform of divorce law, introducing no-fault divorce which hopes to remove the painful battles that couples often face when divorcing. Read the full story here.

Prenups
Feb
2019

Valentine’s Day is one of the most popular days to get engaged, but what else should be considered ahead of the big day on top of the venue, photographer and cake? A prenuptial agreement (prenup)?