“...thanks to Henry Crisp for his empathetic treatment of my case..”
“I think that the organisation is set up very well to ‘do the business’ and that is essentially what any real customer wants to see.”
“Thank you in advance and all your support. It has been such a difficult time this year but throughout you have been a great support and I really do appreciate your time and effort.”
“I wanted to say a massive thank you for all your help and support over the year.”
“It is to say a big well done to you and Chris for the fantastic efforts you put into the FHDRA. I think all the required tasks and discussions were done in a very professional manner and the outcome was positive. Many thanks to you.”
“Just reflecting on the day and wanted to extend my sincere thanks for all your help. It’s taken a while to sink in today but I can’t tell you how appreciative I am of all your guidance, knowledge and help that’s gone into the last few months.”
“Thank you so much for the best news so far received by me this year. Your assistance in finally obtaining the Absolute has been of great comfort. I wholeheartedly thank you and Henry for all your help in getting me to this stage.”
“You are amazing, thank you for everything you have done to support and assist me.”
Henry Crisp qualified as a solicitor in 1992 and has specialised in the practice of all aspects of Family Law since then.
Henry is a founding Partner of Crisp & Co. As well as being a qualified Mediator, Henry is also a member of Resolution and is trained and practised in Collaborative Law.
Henry’s practice deals with all aspects of family breakdown and divorce for private clients, he specialises in particular in the financial issues which accompany separation and divorce especially in cases involving substantial assets, including those with an international dimension. Henry also deals with the preparation of Pre-nuptial and Co-habitation Agreements.
Henry is committed to providing the best advice in family law to all. Henry currently serves as the Chairman of Kingston Citizen Advice Bureau, on a voluntary and unpaid basis, having already fulfilled this role at the Guildford CAB for many years.