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Second issue of ‘The Brief’ on Financial Remedies coming up in July's Family Law Journal

Date:14 JUN 2022
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The July issue of Family Law sees the second fantastic issue of ‘The Brief’ from the team at 4PB, Charles Hale QC, Rhiannon Lloyd and Julia Townend: an in-depth monthly Financial Remedies Update telling you everything you need to know across case law, changes to legislation, and any new rules in financial remedies procedure.

With practical insights from ‘the ground’, the issues that matter most to you, this second instalment of The Brief focuses on case law and practice updates. The full and comprehensive version will be in July’s print issue of Family Law.

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In addition to The Brief, July’s ‘Financial Remedies Focus’ looks at:

  • Modest asset cases. The last two years have left an indelible mark on our society. In many households financial circumstances have changed dramatically, with people losing their livelihood and having to re-invent themselves by electing a different career path. With recent changes in the financial remedy court, what are the implications for modest asset cases?
  • The loss of income on the implementation of a pension sharing order, highlighting the difficulty that arises where the pension to be shared will create an immediate loss of income to both parties which is not subsequently recovered.
  • Confidence, confidentiality, confusion. Where do you stand on the transparency question? The abstract debate on this topic might have turned up a notch but what’s the significance at ground level? This article explores some of the positives and negatives of transparency for your clients in the family justice system.

With its vast print and online readership across all sections of the family law professions, Family Law journal is the leading practitioner journal. Written by experts for all family law professionals, it provides expert analysis across all those issues which matter most to you. From best practice steers to key insights across public and private law. From unravelling knotty practical problems to tuning in to bigger picture analysis across thorny areas to help you read trends. Whatever your role, whatever your field, if you work within family law, we are here for you.