In the conclusion to a two-part analysis, Bronwyn Bailey and Ethan Axelrod consider when the courts may give judicious encouragement to trustees to satisfy an order made against a party
Oliver Auld gives the lowdown on what happens to trusts in the event of a divorce
Amy Harris analyses a case involving the consideration of a resulting trust, inheritance prospects and whether support from a third party could be inferred
Ellen Walker considers the treatment of prospective inheritances and when they might constitute a financial resource
Fiona O’Sullivan analyses the approach of the Court of Appeal in a case concerned with charitable trust assets
A husband and wife met in 1999 and married in 2003. They had one child together, of primary school age at the time of the proceedings. In 2005 the husband and wife moved into a farmhouse owned by the husband’s parents. In 2009 the husband’s parents settled the farmhouse on a discretionary trust for the benefit of their children and remoter descendants...