COVID-19 EXPERT LEGAL INSIGHTS

Webinar: Financial settlements on divorce
in a COVID-19 world

Lunchtime webinar

7 July 2020

Date:

7 July 2020

Speaker(s):

  • Rachel Freeman - Partner 
  • Sital Fontenelle - Partner
  • Connie Atkinson - Senior Associate 
  • Cady Pearce - Senior Associate

Specialist Area:

Family and Divorce

At this lunchtime webinar, Rachel Freeman, Sital Fontenelle, Connie Atkinson and Cady Pearce will share their insights on the transition of family court proceedings to a virtual environment and how financial settlements on divorce are being affected by the coronavirus pandemic, ranging from the valuation of properties and businesses to changed financial circumstances impacting existing orders and spousal maintenance. 
 

Our practical webinar will look at the key considerations for divorcing parties and the practical steps to take including: 
 
  • Introduction - Rachel Freeman
  • Property - Sital Fontenelle
    • disputing the SJE report
    • court options around the family home
    • property valuations and Barder
  • Businesses - Connie Atkinson
    • disclosure in proceedings
    • expert valuations
    • business owners' roles
  • Maintenance and variations - Cady Pearce
    • agreeing variations short-term or long-term
    • capitalising maintenance
    • child maintenance
  • Q&A

Registration

This webinar is free to attend - click here to register.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the option to add this as an appointment in your calendar.

Should you have any difficulties registering, please contact us at events@kingsleynapley.co.uk.

 

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