Family Law Hub

Sharing, Needs & Compensation since Miller & McFarlane

  • Our next live webinar is scheduled for 26 September 2012 at 1pm and will tackle the current thinking about the principles of sharing, needs and compensation by tracing the judicial development since the House of Lords decision in Miller & McFarlane.

    Lynsey Cade-Davies & Amber Sheridan, both of 29 Bedford Row, will present the webinar and look at how these principles have been applied to both matrimonial and non-matrimonial assets over the past few years.

    Webinar Details

    • Presenters: Lynsey Cade-Davies & Amber Sheridan, 29 Bedford Row
    • Date: 13:00, 26 September 2012
    • Duration: 60 mins approx
    • Venue: Wherever you choose to connect to the web - so no travel or time out costs!
    • CPD: 2 hours of accredited CPD when related questions answered

    If you cannot make it on the day the webinar will be recorded and Family Law Hub subscribers will be able to 'play it again' from this page.

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Webcast, published: 04/09/2012


Published: 04/09/2012


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