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News 20th October 2022

Pump Court Chambers Rankings in Chambers & Partners UK Bar Guide 2023

Chambers & Partners UK Bar Guide 2023 has been launched today and we’re delighted to have been recognised once again as a ‘Top Ranked’ set, with 23 members ranked across the areas of criminal, employment, ecclesiastical, family: matrimonial finance and children law, health & safety and inquests and inquiries. Our “Market leading” Band 1 Family […]

News 1st November 2021

Pump Court Ranked recognised as Top Ranked Set in Chambers & Partners Guide

Pump Court Chambers has once again been recognised as a Leading Set within the latest edition of the Chambers and Partners Guide. The highly respected annual guide, released today, ranks both counsel and chambers based on the research of more than 170 full-time editors and researchers who talk to lawyers and clients all year round, […]

The Family Law Podcast 2nd September 2020

Unilateral assets in a nutshell

Geoffrey Kelly joins Tara Lyons to provide us with a nutshell guide to the court’s approach to unilateral assets. The podcast considers the origins of the term, Sharp v Sharp and the factors that are required to successfully preserve a party’s unilateral assets.     To download please click here.    

News 31st March 2020
Sean Gentleman

Family Team: ADR and Remote Access offerings

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 […]

Blog 23rd November 2015

The right against self incrimination for witnesses in Financial Remedy Proceedings

We have all been involved in representing clients who appear to have engaged in some form of criminal conduct during the course of the marriage. In financial remedy proceedings this usually takes the form of tax evasion or cheating the revenue. During the course of the proceedings a party will generally be expected to have […]

Blog 18th March 2015

Wyatt v Vince – Why the Supreme Court was right on the law but wrong on the facts

On 11 March 2015 the Supreme Court delivered its decision in Wyatt v Vince [2015] UKSC 14. The headlines that have accompanied this decision have focused on the seeming unfairness of an ex-husband having to pay out a significant sum of money to a former wife after a short marriage that had come to an […]

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