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Webinar Archive 9th July 2020

Tax and Pensions – What Every Solicitor Needs to Know Webinar

In our first Virtual Winchester Breakfast Briefing ‘Tax and Pensions – What Every Solicitor Needs to Know’ we were delighted to have been joined by guest speaker Sofia Thomas, a family law tax expert. Sofia is an engaging speaker. She has recently co-authored a book to assist family lawyers dealing with tax issues. The foreword […]

Webinar Archive 9th June 2020

A Guide to TOLATA Claims

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to invite you to our forthcoming A Guide to TOLATA Claims Webinar. Jack Rundall and Mark Ablett provide a valuable and in-depth updates for all practitioners at this lunchtime webinar.     Topics include: Pre-action guidance Equitable accounting, to deal with home improvements, account for mortgage and occupation rent Part […]

Past Events
9th Jul 2020, 08:00 to 09:30
Imogen Robins

Tax and Pensions – What Every Solicitor Needs to Know

Please join us via Zoom for the Winchester Breakfast Briefing for an informative up date on tax and pensions.  We are delighted to have Sofia Thomas, a family law tax expert joining us.  Sofia is an engaging speaker.  She has recently co-authored a book to assist family lawyers dealing with tax issues.  The foreword has been written by Mr […]

News 12th June 2020
Jack Rundall

Jack Rundall appointed to sit on Resolution’s Publications Board

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to announce that Jack Rundall has been appointed to sit on Resolution’s Publications Board.  The Publications Board delivers Resolution’s publishing strategy by identifying topics for publications that add value for members and approaches contributors, authors and technical experts.

Past Events
9th Jun 2020, 15:00 to 16:00

A Guide to TOLATA Claims

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to invite you to our forthcoming Guide to TOLATA Claims Webinar. Our speakers will be providing valuable and in-depth updates for all practitioners at this lunch time webinar. Topics will include: Pre-action guidance Equitable accounting, to deal with home improvements, account for mortgage and occupation rent Part 7 v Part 8 […]

Blog 1st May 2020
Jack Rundall

W v H (divorce financial remedies) [2020] EWFC B10

Jack Rundall considers the case of W v H (divorce financial remedies) [2020] EWFC B10 in relation to the treatment of pensions on divorce, a case which he suggests is being under-reported amongst the concerns surrounding Covid 19.     Amongst the flurry of guidance, and guidance on guidance, bouncing about between the courts and […]

News 27th March 2020
Jack Rundall

Remote hearings in light of Covid-19

Jack Rundall reflects on an F.D.R in Financial Remedies proceedings conducted remotely in light of Covid-19. Persuading the court to deal with this matter remotely was not easy. The court office was hell-bent first on requiring the parties’ personal attendance and, thereafter, on adjourning the hearing indefinitely. It was only in the face of repeated […]

Blog 26th July 2018

The implications of Owens v Owens [2018] UKSC 41 for Family Practitioners

The background to this case will be well-known to many practitioners so this post will not repeat it. Instead, it focuses on two criticisms made by the Supreme Court about the way in which Mrs Owens’ petition was case managed which, it is suggested, will have unfortunate consequences for those of us working in this […]

Blog 22nd December 2015

Legal funding orders

The question of what can be done in complex private law proceedings where the court is of the view that a parent is unable to represent him or herself has understandably been dominating legal headlines. Reported cases have tended to focus on discussions surrounding the circumstances in which HMCTS could be ordered to fund representation […]

News 7th December 2015

Key tax changes announced in the Finance Acts 2015

Since April 2015 the sale of residential property in the United Kingdom owned by non-UK domiciled individuals can generate a tax charge. In the summer the government published the Summer Finance Bill 2015 which also proposes key changes to the inheritance tax regime applicable to many non-UK residents. These changes, together with forthcoming changes to the […]

Blog 8th July 2015

Spending £1.5 million on cocaine and prostitutes isn’t wanton says Moor J

The recent case of MAP v MFP [2015] EWHC 627 (Fam) may have further restricted the availability of ‘add-back’ arguments by suggesting that the husband’s expenditure was part of his “complex character” which his spouse must accept as the downside to a personality which enabled him to make a great success of his business. Suggestions […]

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