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  • The issue in these financial remedy proceedings was where the responsibility, under a consent order, for French tax charge on a property lay. Was it agreed that it would be paid by the wife or by the deceased husband, i.e. now his estate? The court held that the tax charge should not come out of the wife's share of the proceeds. Judgment, 05/02/2016, members only
  • Wife's appeal against a financial remedy order where complicated tax issues and the death of the original trial judge made matters worse. The wife's appeal was allowed. Judgment, 13/06/2015, free
  • Supplementary judgment to recent case of same name involving a pre-nup [[2014] EWHC 536 (Fam)]. It deals with some of the tax issues arising from his decision. Judgment, 09/04/2014, free

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  • Questions to accompany the webcast first broadcast in June 2016 CPD course, 06/07/2016, members only
  • Recording of webinar first broadcast on 15 June 2016. Webcast, 20/06/2016, members only
  • 6 questions to accompany Deborah Clark's webinar on the tax implications for separating and divorcing couples. CPD course, 06/06/2014, members only
  • Deborah Clark, Head of Private Tax & Trusts, Mills & Reeve Manchester, provides a practical review of current tax issues for family lawyers touching on the effect of separation, issues surrounding Mesher Orders, what to about the matrimonial home and much more. Webcast, 03/04/2014, members only

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