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Matrimonial Finance Seminar: The size of the section 25 pot. Fringe assets – the tricky cases



The size of the Section 25 pot: Fringe assets – the tricky cases

Tue 10 Oct 2023


Stephen Glover MCIArb presents a FREE webinar highlighting Section 25 of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, reviewing the case law and, consequently, strategic options and pitfalls for the case management of cases where it is believed one spouse has access to financial resources not in his/her name.

Stephen has conducted substantial asset financial remedy cases since the 1980s covering all aspects, including multi-disciplinary matters, offshore trusts, worldwide freezing orders, ante and post-nuptial settlements, advising on and drafting pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, complex corporate interests and financial misconduct cases.

He is regularly instructed in cases concerning post-separation windfall/business success, inherited wealth, family businesses, third-party interests and farming partnership cases.

Date: Tuesday 10th October 2023

Time: 16.00


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Our barristers host regular online seminars aimed at Children and Adult Social Care professionals throughout the calendar year, covering a range of topics covering the latest legislation and practical guidance. We also host training seminars and webinars in Education Law.


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Other training events

In addition to our Children & Adult Social Care Training, Family and Public Law expert Jacqueline Thomas KC and Reagan Persaud also present and contribute to a number of accredited Seminars through MBL Training; including preparation for complex findings of fact hearings and also safeguarding care leavers.