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Financial provision: Perplexed by pensions?

| Family Law Journal | November 2018

Emma Doughty explores the practical challenge of protecting clients from pension pitfalls and best practice including the use of checklists


Enforcement: Out of reach

| Family Law Journal | November 2018

Ruth Kearns considers the creation of corporate structures in other jurisdictions to frustrate the enforcement of a financial remedy final order


Business assets: Open or shut?

| Family Law Journal | November 2018

Rachel Nicholl examines the courts’ approach to business assets and the different orders that may be made to deal with such assets


Immigration: Conflicting views

| Family Law Journal | November 2018

Sital Fontenelle and Katie Newbury submit that provision in the Immigration Rules as to sole responsibility is outdated and at odds with the Children Act 1989


Disclosure: Considering entitlement

| Trusts & Estates Law and Tax Journal | November 2018

William Moffett examines when trust information should be disclosed to beneficiaries and the importance of holding trustees to account


Assisted suicide: The last word

| Trusts & Estates Law and Tax Journal | November 2018

Recent case law sets out the position of the courts and the expected role of Parliament on assisted suicide. David Foster discusses


Guest editorial: Unfinished business

| Trusts & Estates Law and Tax Journal | November 2018

The government should ratify the Hague Convention on the International Protection of Adults and ease the complexity of LPAs and foreign property. Judith Morris explains the benefits


Service: Place on notice

| Family Law Journal | November 2018

Amy Harris looks at the requirements as to service to seise jurisdiction, and whether a delay in serving a divorce petition may impact on the priority of proceedings


Schedule 1: Relocation, relocation

| Family Law Journal | November 2018

Shantel Burbridge analyses the court’s approach to a Schedule 1 case in which the applicant sought a replacement property for the benefit of the children


Domestic abuse: No time to delay

| Family Law Journal | November 2018

Katie Ghose and Natalie Friday provide a campaigner’s and a practitioner’s perspective on the failure to protect victims of domestic abuse from cross-examination by an alleged perpetrator


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