January 2022

FINANCIAL CONDUCT CONSIDERED IN THE CONTEXT OF THE CASE OF OC v AG [2020] EWFC 52 AND OTHERS

There are two areas of principle that are very difficult to argue successfully for a larger share of the marital acquest: contributions and conduct.  In this article I intend to look at the types of conduct that might be inequitable to disregard pursuant to section 25 (2) (g) of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, by Continue reading

Pupil Barrister/Mediator: training with the Society of Mediators

No matter how much you learn about thinking and talking, there will always be someone who will bring the unexpected to the table in a mediation. This became increasingly apparent when I undertook a one-week foundation accredited course offered by the Society of Mediators (“SOM”). The course should have been in-person, but due to Covid Continue reading