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Samantha Bangham’s Week in Cases 7 June 2013

Date:7 JUN 2013
Law Reporter

Samantha Bangham - Family Law Reporter This week brought with it an opportunity for a day out of glorious Bristol to attend the Family Law Reception at the Inner Temple. As ever it was a very pleasant occasion which enabled Jordans’ staff to meet with a number of the family law contributors authors and supporters. Back in Bristol a fresh batch of cases was awaiting my return amongst which two more instalments of the long-running Tchenquiz-Imerman v Imerman saga.

Few of you will have failed to notice the heavily contested financial remedy proceedings in the Tchenguiz-Imerman v Imerman divorce. This particular judgment [2012] EWHC 4277 (Fam) [2013] FLR forthcoming dealt with the issue of joining the husband’s adult children to the proceedings who were beneficiaries under a number of family trusts of which the wife sought a variation in order to satisfy her claim. The husband and wife were not beneficiaries under the discretionary trusts which now...

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