We are delighted that 10 members of chambers have been included in Legal 500 2021. Additionally, we are ranked as a set for our social housing law team.
The recent High Court appeal in the case of Archibald v Alexander is a useful reminder that the apparent absence of detriment may not be fatal to the assertion of a constructive trust in respect of jointly owned property. It is also a reminder that a constructive trust may arise outside the confines of the “common intention constructive trust”.
The law and practice related to costs and funding in family proceedings continue to develop rapidly. Family lawyers may be unaware and surprised at some of the significant changes.
We are delighted to announce that our third sixth pupil barrister Natalie York has joined us as a tenant. Her practice covers all areas of family law including private and public child law and finance.
Bloomsbury Professional has published the 2nd edition of Francis Wilkinson and Dr Sara Hunton’s ‘Costs in Family Proceedings’. Francis and Sara have fully updated their 2015 guide to the law, precedents and practice of costs and funding in all family proceedings. The only book of its kind available…