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News & Events: Family Finance

Events
23rd Jul 2020, 10:00 to 11:00

Private Limited Companies in Financial Remedy Proceedings

Private Limited Companies in Financial Remedy Proceedings – The Expert View from Two Accountants, a Barrister and a Solicitor We are very pleased to be able to bring you this webinar – a masterclass on how to tackle issues concerning private limited companies in financial remedy proceedings – presented by Sehjal Gupta, Private Client Tax […]

News 2nd July 2020
Henry Hawkesworth

Henry Hawkesworth joins Pump Court

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Henry Hawkesworth has joined Pump Court Chambers after successful completion of his third six pupillage following a period as a tenant in a leading set of common law chambers in the North East of England. Called to the Bar in 2018, he has developed a mixed common […]

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 […]

Past Events
2nd Jul 2020, 16:30 to 17:30
Helen Brander

Digital Documents use in Proceedings and Issues of Manipulation

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to invite you to our forthcoming Family Team Webinar: Digital Documents use in proceedings and issues of manipulation. We are delighted to be joined by District Judge Peter Devlin who alongside Helen Brander will provide practitioners with a valuable and in-depth update on the law, practice and procedure in these […]

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

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

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 […]

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
23rd Jun 2020, 15:30 to 16:30

Remote Final/Fact-Finding Hearings – Arguments For and Against

A new issue for these Covid-19 times: Courts are being invited to decide whether a case is or is not suitable for a remote final hearing or remote fact-finding hearing. This webinar will present the key arguments from the wealth of new guidance and case-law on this topic. It will cover both financial remedy and children hearings.  Penny […]

Blog 11th May 2020
Helen Brander

Financial provision for adult children in England and Wales and in Italy

FINANCIAL PROVISION FOR ADULT CHILDREN IN ENGLAND AND WALES AND IN ITALY: HOW DO THEY COMPARE IN THE LIGHT OF THE DECISION IN DN v UD (SCH 1 CHILDREN ACT: CAPITAL PROVISION) [2020] EWHC 627 (Fam)? This article considers a recently-handed down case making financial provision for children where one was over the age of […]

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 […]

Blog 29th April 2020
Ezra Macdonald on Remote hearings and witness evidence

Remote hearings and witness evidence

Remote hearings come with particular difficulties. One obvious difficulty is that the parties cannot see each other as well as they might in the courtroom. But how much of a problem is this? If the demeanour of witnesses (or indeed parties) is relevant to an issue to be decided by the Court, then restrictions on […]

News 28th April 2020
Jennifer Lee

Marriages and ‘Non-Marriages’ – Webinar

Marriages and ‘Non-Marriages’ following Akhter v Khan [2020] EWCA Civ 122 – Free Family Law Webinar Although COVID19 may have impacted our seminar programme this year, we wanted to reassure you that our popular London Family Finance Seminar will be returning next year. We will be co-hosting the event with Jolene Hutchison, now partner at IBB […]

Blog 27th April 2020
Helen Brander

Changes to capital gains tax reliefs when spouses and civil partners separate

PLEASE NOTE: This article on ‘Changes to capital gains tax reliefs when spouses and civil partners separate’ does not constitute nor contain tax advice, but is merely meant to be informative.  Individuals should always seek tax advice from appropriately regulated experts.   Among all the other changes being made to people’s financial arrangements, firstly as a result […]

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