Publications by Area of Law


Family Affairs November 2017 | Financial Remedy update Summer to Autumn

Barrister: Christopher Sharp QC
Area of Law: Family Finance, ToLATA and Inheritance
Source: FLBA’s Family Affairs: November 2017                                                                             Date: November 2017
Summary:  The article continues Christopher’s regular reviews of the more important recent financial remedy cases, this one covering the period from June 2017 – November 2017.

Download article: Family Affairs November 2017 | Summer to Autumn Edition | Financial Remedy update

Family Affairs June 2017 | Summer Edition | Financial Remedy update (04.03.17 – 13.06.17)

Barrister: Christopher Sharp QC
Area of Law: Family Finance, ToLATA and Inheritance
Source: FLBA’s Family Affairs: June 2017                                                                                     Date: March 2017
Summary:  The article continues Christopher’s regular reviews of the more important recent financial remedy cases, this one covering the period from March 2017 to June 2017.

Download article: Family Affairs June 2017 | Summer Edition | Financial Remedy update (04.03.17 – 13.06.17)

Family Affairs March 2017 | Financial Remedy update (1.10.16 – 3.03.17)

Barrister: Christopher Sharp QC
Area of Law: Family Finance, ToLATA and Inheritance
Source: FLBA’s Family Affairs: March 2017                                                                                       Date: March 2017
Summary:  The article continues Christopher’s regular reviews of the more important recent financial remedy cases, this one covering the period from October 2017 to March 2017.

Download article: Family Affairs March 2017 | Financial Remedy update (1.10.16 – 3.03.17)

The Children Act 1989 at 25

Source: Resolution Review Magazine
Barrister: Abigail Bond
Area of Law: Children
Date: February/March 2017
Summary: It is 25 years since the Children Act 1989 came into force. Abigail celebrates its key principles and addresses some of the controversial changes proposed by the Children and Social Work Bill 2016.

Download the full article: The Children Act 1989 at 25: the use and misuse of the “cardinal principle”

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Financial remedy update

Source: FLBA’s Family Affairs
Barrister: Christopher Sharp QC
Area of Law: Family Finance, ToLATA and Inheritance
Date: 7th November 2016
Summary:  The article continues Christopher’s regular reviews of the more important recent financial remedy cases, this one covering the period from June 2016 to October 2016.

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One man’s inference is another man’s imputation: logic theory and legal practice in TOLATA 1996 claims

Source: Family Law
Barrister: Andrew Commins
Area of Law: Family Finance
Date: 31st October 2016

Andrew Commins provides an analysis of recent case law on the difference between inference and imputation in TOLATA judgments

View full article: One man’s inference is another man’s imputation: logic theory and legal practice in TOLATA 1996 claims

Financial remedies pot pourri

Source: FLBA’s Family Affairs
Barrister: Christopher Sharp QC
Area of Law: Family Finance, ToLATA and Inheritance
Date: 27th June 2016
Summary:  The article continues Christopher’s regular reviews of the more important recent financial remedy cases, this one covering the period from February 2016 to mid June 2016.

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Enforcement of financial remedy orders: Part 1

Source: Family law
Barrister: Zoe Saunders
Area of Law: Family Finance
Date: June 2016

Summary: Zoë Saunders, has published an article on the enforcement of financial remedy orders in the June edition of Family Law. Statistics on enforcement of financial remedy orders are almost impossible to obtain, partly because the options for enforcing court orders are rather a mish-mash of general civil remedies. Anecdotally the majority of orders are complied with either wholly or mostly, but those which are not present the practitioner with a complex series of options, which may or may not be suitable in any specific case; so if you have an order which needs to be enforced what are your options?

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A review of financial remedy cases (October 2015 to February 2016)

Source: FLBA’s Family Affairs
Barrister: Christopher Sharp QC
Area of Law: Family Finance, ToLATA and Inheritance
Date: 1st March 2016
Summary:  The article continues Christopher’s regular reviews of the more important recent financial remedy cases, this one covering the period from October 2015 to the end of February 2016. An earlier and edited version of this article will be published in the FLBA’s Family Affairs Easter edition.

View article (Easter Edition): A review of financial remedy cases
View article (Autumn Edition): A baker’s dozen of financial remedy cases
View article (Summer Edition): While you were sleeping…various developments since spring 2014

Child Support in Wildblood on Financial Remedies in Family Matters

Barrister: Jody Atkinson
Area of Law:  Family finance, ToLATA and Inheritance
Summary: Jody is the author of the section on Child Support in this authoritative text book. This is a subscription only service.
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