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Children Act 1989, Sch1

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  • Three applications brought by the mother and a fourth application brought by the father under Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989 . Judgment, 11/06/2018, free
  • Applications arising from order requiring the father to pay a lump sum to the mother, under Schedule 1 CA 1989 Judgment, 04/08/2017, free
  • Schedule 1 Children Act case where the father was only paying £7 per week despite having assets of several million pounds. Mostyn J awarded the mother £20,600 after she applied for a further capital provision for their son. Judgment, 11/05/2017, free
  • The wife and husband were both Swedish. It was a long marriage of 21 years, there were 2 children of the marriage and the assets were worth nearly £11m. The existence of 3 pre-nuptial agreements meant that the wife lost her sharing claim. It was also impermissible for the court to make a maintenance order by reason of the Maintenance Regulation and she had to fall back on a Schedule 1 claim until such time as the Swedish court either determined the maintenance claim or declined to hear it. Judgment, 25/01/2017, free
  • The father was ordered to pay the mother's costs of contested Schedule 1 Children Act proceedings that resulted in an order against the father following a claim being brought by the mother on the child's behalf. Judgment, 04/11/2016, free

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  • Alexis Campbell QC and Charlotte Trace, of 29 Bedford Row, review the key financial remedy cases and themes from the past 12 months and look at how they will affect judicial thinking and your own cases in the year to come. Webcast, 16/03/2018, members only
  • In this webcast, which was first presented on 18 June 2015, Richard Tambling from 29 Bedford Row talks about Schedule 1 cases and the most recent developments in this area of law Webcast, 31/07/2015, members only
  • Questions to accompany webinar recorded on 22 January 2015. You will need to have the notes available when answering the questions. CPD course, 30/01/2015, members only
  • Webcast recorded on 22 January at 1pm. Lysney Cade-Davies and Petra Teacher of 29 Bedford Row review some of the leading cases of 2014 and highlight the lessons for the year ahead. Webcast, 22/01/2015, members only
  • Six questions, worth an hour of CPD, on the cases of PG v TW (No1) (Child: Financial Provision: Legal Funding [2013] EWHC 1892 (Fam), Arif v Anwar [2013] EWHC 624 (Fam) and Evans v Evans [2013] EWHC 506 (Fam), which were published in March 2013. CPD course, 23/04/2013, members only

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