Pump Court Chambers Family Law team are pleased to announce we have launched a new weekly podcast, ‘The Family Law Podcast’. Hosted by Mark Ablett & Tara Lyons, the weekly podcast will discuss the latest themes and developments in Family law. Mark and Tara will be joined by regular expert guests to lend their insight into complex […]
In the first episode of The Family Law Podcast, Annie Ward of Pump Court Chambers joins host Mark Ablett for a chat about the various options and weapons available to practitioners when faced with a non-discloser in financial remedy proceedings. To download please click here.
Pump Court Chambers is committed to providing clients with high levels of service and support. By investment and use of modern technology and systems, we are fully equipped to deal with the current situation in these trying times. Technology We offer state of the art technology in the form of the Lifesize system (with integrated […]
Pump Court Chambers Inheritance, Wills and Probate team and Solicitors for the Elderly South Central are pleased to invite you to our annual Inheritance Law Seminar, providing a valuable and in-depth update seminar for all practitioners during the afternoon sessions. Our barristers will review notable recent decisions and provide practical analysis and advice designed to […]
Pump Court Chambers are pleased to invite you to Court of Protection seminar. The event which aims to provide a valuable and in-depth update on the law, practice and procedure in this area. Venue The Green House Hotel, 4 Grove Rd, Bournemouth BH1 3AX (map) Schedule 13:30 – Registration / Lunch 14:00 – Seminar Commences […]
It’s good to know that some jurisdictions still have healthy regard for pointless rules. A client the other day told me that in the British Commonwealth jurisdiction where he had been resident, the court would refuse to look at any documents unless they were on foolscap paper, although the court’s only photocopier only took A4 […]
The concept of maintenance lies at the heart of the Inheritance (Provision for Families and Dependants) Act 1975. For anyone other than a spouse, the standard of financial provision is that which is reasonably required for the Applicant’s maintenance. It is of course a concept which has its roots in matrimonial law and developments in […]
I have been told to write a blog. I do not really know what a blog is so bear with me while I simply rant on for 500 words about family law in 2015. Back in the old days matrimonial finance wasn’t about dispute resolution and finding positive solutions. The emphasis was firmly on the […]