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Interveners and Third Party Claims on Divorce

When couples divide assets as part of financial proceedings on divorce, others may lay a claim to or have a vested interest in parts of these assets. If one of the parties challenges that interest, then the third party may be required to intervene in the proceedings. It is essential that the correct strategy is adopted from the outset in these cases, which is something our team prides itself on getting absolutely right.

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When three’s a crowd - How to navigate third party claims in divorce and financial proceedings

The court gives guidance on the hearing of applications brought by victims of fraud under section 281 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

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