Reece is a highly regarded associate in the firm, specialising in family and children law matters, with a particular focus on high value financial and complex cases.
Reece has a broad base of clients including high net worth and high-profile individuals. He has advised several sports personalities, particularly footballers.
Reece joined the Manchester office at Vardags on the Graduate Training Programme, having previously worked as a junior barristers’ clerk in chambers in Lancashire after graduating from university. His work in chambers was centred around the diaries of family counsel, giving him a detailed insight into family law, and confirming his desire to practice in this area.
Reece is now working as a well-respected associate at Vardags and advises and represents clients across the full breadth of family law including:
· Financial matters and nuptial agreements
· Children issues, in particular where allegations of harm have been raised
· Domestic abuse cases
Reece has particular interest and expertise in relation to financial cases that are high value, including those with:
· Complex trust and corporate structures
· Company valuation evidence
Reece’s support for his clients in this area is enriched by his collaboration with the firm’s specialist in-house financial forensics team, with dedicated specialists that have a wealth of knowledge and experience at dealing with sophisticated and intricate issues surrounding complicated valuations, asset tracing or jurisdictional aspects. By using this approach, Reece can offer an industry-leading, cross-collaborative and innovative approach, providing the very best support and outcomes for his clients.
Reece read Law at St. Hilda’s College, Oxford where he was President of St. Hilda’s Law Society.
Reece enjoys football particularly his beloved Manchester United. He also has an interest in history and politics.
Reece gained research experience during his time at university when he volunteered at the Oxford branch of Citizens Advice. He was part of a team of students who worked on the charity’s campaigns and conducted research, including a large-scale investigation into the working practices of lettings agents throughout the city.