Gareth is the Managing Partner of Stowe Family Law’s Manchester office. He has a wide range of experience in family law with a specialty in financial remedy cases. His cases involve high net worth individuals, professionals and cases involving complex financial, business and Trust arrangements. He also has a wealth of experience in cases involving freezing injunctions or maintenance pending suit actions. He advises upon, and drafts, pre- and post-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements. Gareth also takes a particular interest in cases involving financial provision for children where the parents are unmarried and cases involving cohabiting couples.
Gareth is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is qualified as an Arbitrator in financial remedy cases, cases concerning Schedule 1 of the Children Act and Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996.
Training and Employment
Gareth secured a 2:1 at the University of Manchester in Law and Government. After attending the College of Law at Chester, he trained in Manchester and qualified as a Family Law specialist in October 2003. Prior to joining Stowe Family Law, Gareth worked at a multinational law firm for over ten years.
Gareth is pragmatic and commercial in his approach with a focus on providing clients with an excellent service and achieving desirable outcomes for clients.
The ‘very bright and hardworking’ Gareth Curtis ‘sees the wood from the trees and is great with clients’.
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Outside of work
Hailing from Stockport, Gareth is married with a little boy. He is also keen Arsenal fan and likes to keep fit, has an interest in politics and history and enjoys reading.