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HNW Trusts & Divorce Webinar: Recent Issues in the Enforcement of Divorce Awards

Wednesday 8 September 2021
9:15am - 10:15am
Online, Zoom
1.0 CPD

Join Andrew Mold QCElizabeth Houghton and Jia Wei Lee on 8th September as they look at recent issues in the enforcement of divorce awards. Specifically, they will be covering the following:

  • The latest on the use of resulting/constructive trust arguments to bring assets into the marital pool
  • Enforcement against third parties – children of the marriage, trustees
  • The practical effect of the risk of contempt
  • Using s.423 IA 1986
  • Disclosure in aid of enforcement

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