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The Family Law Podcast 18th May 2021
Tara Lyons

Business valuations in financial remedy proceedings

For our final episode of the season, Tara Lyons is joined by forensic accountant Nick White of Nick White Divorce Accountants for a fascinating talk on business valuations in financial remedies proceedings.   To download please click here.  

The Family Law Podcast 13th May 2021
The Family Law Podcast

Fabricated or Induced Illness in children proceedings

Mark Ablett hosts Catherine Ellis of Pump Court who takes him on a whistle stop tour of Fabricated or Induced Illness in children proceedings (FII). Catherine in particular explains the impact of the latest guidance (published March 2021) from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and the helpful definitions contained in that guidance. […]

The Family Law Podcast 5th May 2021
Jennifer Lee

When Court of Protection meets financial remedies

Jennifer Lee of Pump Court joins host Tara Lyons to provide an outline of some of the headline issues that may arise where Court of Protection considerations come into the realm of financial remedies. Jennifer talks capacity in all its various forms and outlines some of the key case law to which a practitioner would need […]

News, The Family Law Podcast 13th April 2021
The Family Law Podcast

What now after Re H-N & others

Hot off the press from the Court of Appeal, Re H-N and others (children) [2021] EWCA Civ 448 has the potential to redefine (or start to redefine) the way in which the Family Court approaches domestic abuse, particularly more nuanced allegations like coercive and controlling behaviour. Reacting to this with host Mark Ablett are Penny […]

News, The Family Law Podcast 30th March 2021
The Family Law Podcast

Variation of Nuptial Settlements

Edward Boydell and Mark Dubbery of Pump Court join host Tara Lyons on a whistle stop tour of the relevant law and practical approaches to nuptial settlements. Edward brings his pure financial remedy perspective and Mark brings his trust expertise to provide a fascinating discussion which simplifies an extremely complex subject and hopefully provides some […]

The Family Law Podcast 23rd March 2021

Independent social workers in private children proceedings

Victoria Ellis of Pump Court and Sylvia Owolawi, independent social worker of Integrated Dispute Resolution, join host Mark Ablett to talk all things Independent social worker (ISW) in children proceedings from two different perspectives. Victoria discusses situations where from a legal standpoint an ISW would be justified or appropriate and Sylvia gives invaluable perspective from […]

The Family Law Podcast 9th March 2021

Step-children (and similar) in family proceedings

Samara Brackley of Pump Court joins host Mark Ablett for a wide-ranging discussion on how step-children, half-siblings and related children generally fit into family proceedings. The podcast covers financial remedy proceedings, including the definition of “a child of the family” and child arrangements proceedings, including the circumstances in which a parent may need to apply […]

The Family Law Podcast 2nd March 2021
The Family Law Podcast

International Relocation in 2021

The Family Law Podcast is back for its third series and it starts with a cracker. Hilary Lennox and Jennifer Swan, both of Pump Court, join host Tara Lyons for a comprehensive discussion of the court’s evolving approach to applications for permission to relocate with children internationally. Hilary and Jennifer lend their expertise to explain […]

News, The Family Law Podcast 27th December 2020
Naima Asif

Domestic abuse in minority communities

In the series finale of series 2 of the Family Law Podcast, Naima Asif of Pump Court talks to host Mark Ablett about some of the lesser known forms of domestic abuse in minority communities. Naima discusses with Mark about how best to deal with these forms of abuse in the context of litigation and […]

News, The Family Law Podcast 14th December 2020
The Family Law Podcast

Pension ring-fencing after W v H

In this fascinating Family Law Podcast, Tara Lyons is joined by Caroline Bayliss of Excalibur Actuaries to talk pension ring-fencing following the judgment in W v H [2020] EWFC B10. In particular, in circumstances where HHJ Hess indicated straight line ring-fencing could be unfair, Caroline gives her expert view on alternative methods of ring-fencing and their implications on sharing.   To download […]

The Family Law Podcast 8th December 2020
Jack Rundall

Common Issues in Farming Cases

Tara Lyons is joined by Jack Rundall of Pump Court Chambers and Anthony Field of the BTF partnership, an expert valuer frequently instructed in farming cases. The podcast discusses the various issues that arise in farming cases both from a valuation perspective and from counsel’s perspective, taking a global approach to what can be very […]

News, The Family Law Podcast 3rd December 2020
The Family Law Podcast

Adjourning Capital Claims

Edward Boydell and Cordelia Williams join host Tara Lyons to discuss adjourning capital claims in financial remedy proceedings. They look at a raft of recent decisions with slightly conflicting tests, as well as tracing the history of adjourning capital claims and a curious connection with Pump Court Chambers.     To download please click here. […]

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