Pump Court Chambers

The Revised Family Procedure Rules – An Essential Update for Financial Remedy Practitioners

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26th Jun 2020, 10:30 to 11:30
Jennifer Lee

Presented by Jennifer Lee of Pump Court Chambers and Jolene Hutchison of IBB Law

This essential update will cover the important changes to the Family Procedure Rules, in respect of those which have already come into force on 6th April 2020, and those which are due to come into force on 6th July 2020.

The sub-topics covered will include:

• The new rules on communications with the Court;

• The new rules on recording and transcribing proceedings;

• The new rules on costs estimates in financial remedy proceedings;

• The new rules on making open proposals for settlement;

• Tips/guidance for family practitioners in light of the rule changes.



To access a recording of the webinar which was hosted by Simon Legal Conferences and Online Learning please click here.

If you have any other queries please don’t hesitate to contact Sean Collum on 07880 840164 or via email s.collum@pumpcourtchambers.com


Jolene Hutchison; Partner IBB Law

Jolene has more than 15 years’ experience as a family solicitor and is ranked as a leader in her field in Chambers and a recommended lawyer in the Legal 500 for the current year. Jolene is also one of the few regional lawyers to have been ranked in Spears 500 a leading high-net worth publication. Jolene’s expertise covers a wide range of family law matters with particular emphasis on complex financial cases arising on divorce for high-net worth clients.


Jennifer Lee; Pump Court Chambers

Jennifer Lee is a specialist family law practitioner, with a thriving practice in the area of family finance. She has successfully represented high net worth clients in cases involving family businesses, inherited wealth, substantial pensions, nuptial agreements, and trusts. Many of her cases involve foreign assets and cross-jurisdictional issues, such as the validity or otherwise of an overseas marriage or divorce, or competing claims in multiple jurisdictions (including cases pertaining to Asia and Africa). Jennifer has appeared in a number of high-profile reported cases, most notably in Veluppillai v Veluppillai & Ors [2015] EWHC 3095 (Fam). She continues to be ranked as a “Leading Junior (Tier 1)- Family and Children Law” in The Legal 500, and as a specialist in “family/matrimonial law” in Chambers & Partners (UK Bar). For further information on Jennifer’s practice please contact Sean Gentleman or James Collier.

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