Gareth joined Stowe Family Law in 2017. After studying at the University of Manchester, he qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and has specialised in family law ever since.
He has extensive experience in divorce cases and financial remedy law with a particular interest in complex financial remedy cases. These often involve trusts, injunctive applications, urgent applications for financial provision and cases involving third parties or financial complexity, such as where valuations of businesses are necessary often with an international element.
Gareth also has a particular interest in cases involving Schedule 1 Children Act applications and disputes between cohabitants. He advises clients in relation to child law and disputes over care arrangements.
He has extensive experience in advising upon and drafting pre and postnuptial agreements, cohabitation and separation agreements.
Gareth is a qualified family law arbitrator and a member of the Institute of Arbitrators, having qualified in 2016.
Hailing from Stockport, Gareth is married with a little boy who takes up a lot of his time outside the office. He is also a keen Arsenal fan and likes to keep fit, has an interest in politics and enjoys reading.
Gareth Curtis was recommended to me by a friend when I was about to embark on a very bitter divorce and one of the most difficult times of my life . Not only was he extremely professional and confident but he was also kind and compassionate and his knowledge and attention to detail was second to none. At every point of the proceedings he was determined to achieve the best possible outcome for me , which he eventually did and I couldn’t praise or recommend him enough.
FB v PS  EWHC 2797 (Fam) – Financial remedies case