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Private FDRs

Jul 6, 2020, 12:57 PM
This best practice article by Simon Bruce Farrer & Co LLP (Senior Counsel) looks at the preparation required for a private financial dispute resolution appointment (‘private FDR’)
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Simon Bruce, Farrer & Co

Settling cases is rewarding for a family lawyer.

Sometimes we need help in doing so, in particular the help of a lawyer/mediator adept at finding an imaginative solution in a challenging situation.

This best practice article by Simon Bruce Farrer & Co LLP (Senior Counsel) looks at the preparation required for a private financial dispute resolution appointment (‘private FDR’)

  • How to maximise the use and effect of a private FDR
  • Preparing your client for the private FDR
  • How best to help the private FDR judge
  • What will the private FDR judge be trying to achieve?

To help answer some of these questions, we have guidance and insight from Nicholas Allen QC MCIArb of 29 Bedford Row, who frequently sits as a private FDR judge.


The full article will be published in the July issue of Family Law

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