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‘The Brief ‘ on Financial Remedies coming up in November Family Law Journal

Date:10 OCT 2022
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The forthcoming November issue of Family Law sees the next fantastic issue of ‘The Brief’ from the team at 4PB, Charles Hale KC, 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.  All with practical insights from ‘the ground’.

To help you get up to speed right now, here is a taster. The full and comprehensive version will be in November’s print issue of Family Law.

Meanwhile, don’t forget to read The Brief in September’s issue of Family Law for an in-depth analysis of all relevant cases, including Gallagher and Villiers; an examination of the Definition of Economic Abuse and CGT changes.

November issue of Family Law sees the next fantastic issue of ‘The Brief’ from the team at 4PB, Charles Hale KC, 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.  All with practical insights from ‘the ground’.

To help you get up to speed right now, here is a taster. The full and comprehensive version will be in November’s print issue of Family Law.

Meanwhile, don’t forget to read The Brief in September’s issue of Family Law for an in-depth analysis of all relevant cases, including Gallagher and Villiers; an examination of the Definition of Economic Abuse and CGT changes.


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Alongside all this, current and future Autumn issues of Family Law contain articles, within our Financial Remedies Focus section, which look at:

  • The Financial Remedies Court: What Can We Expect Under Peel J? As Mr Justice Peel takes over as National Lead Judge of the Financial Remedies Court we look at his recent judgments to see if there are any clues about what we can we expect from his four year tenure. 
  • Menopause and Financial Remedy Orders – The Hidden Issue Facing Divorcing Women
  • Divorce in ‘the partnership’ – an exploration of the issues which arise when law or accountancy equity firm partners divorce.
  • Soft Loans – an exercise in discretion
  • A whistle stop tour: how do parties seek to avoid paying matrimonial awards and what are the consequences? 
  • Two into one: does it go? A new way of working has now arrived on our doorsteps: one lawyer, two clients. How will this work in relation to financial matters? 

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