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Re-opening proceedings before final orders are made

Rodney Worth
Barrister and Solicitor

Posted on 19/12/2016

Once a Trial has concluded, it may be many months (or longer) before Judgment is delivered and orders made. In that time, new evidence may come to light which, if put before the Judge, could affect their decision. In this article I look at the legal principles which govern the “re-opening” of a matter after Trial, … Continue reading “Re-opening proceedings before final orders are made”



Enforcing Family Court Property Orders: The Process Explained

Rebecca Ward
Senior Associate
Barrister and Solicitor

Posted on 15/12/2016

What recourse is available to you if your former spouse owes you money, or is refusing to sign transfer of ownership documents, or is refusing to transfer possession of an asset to you? If there are existing Orders of the Family Court or you have a signed Financial Agreement (otherwise known as a “Binding Financial … Continue reading “Enforcing Family Court Property Orders: The Process Explained”



Why do I need a Family Lawyer?

Ross Dunlop
Consultant
Barrister and Solicitor

Posted on 15/12/2016

Take a moment to ponder this… Would Donald Trump ever take a life-changing decision about his family or corporate empire without first getting in-depth legal advice? Does Paul McCartney regret not taking advice to enter into a Pre-Nuptial Agreement with ex-wife Heather Mills? But before responding: “Well, they’re for the rich and famous, but what … Continue reading “Why do I need a Family Lawyer?”