Posted on December 20, 2018 at 11:48 am
Date: Thursday 24th January 2019
Venue: The University of Law, Christleton Hall, Pepper Street, Christleton, Chester CH3 7AB
Speaker: Julian Shaw, Barrister, St. John’s Buildings
Times: Registration: 5.00pm – 5.30 pm. Seminar: 5.30pm – 7.00pm
The seminar will provide an update on matrimonial finance matters in detail and will be followed by the opportunity for attendees to ask any questions they have of Julian. Questions by email before the event are welcomed or you can simply ask your question at the event itself.
Julian Shaw, St John’s Buildings. Julian is a matrimonial finance specialist with an emphasis on high-value cases involving concealment and dissipation of matrimonial assets and cases with trusts or pensions issues.
He has vast experience of trusts matters, encompassing cases arising under the Inheritance Act 1975 and the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (TOLATA), as well as matters involving resulting and constructive trusts, equitable and restitutionary remedies, applications relating to the construction of wills and issues arising from breaches of trust by trustees.
He also acts frequently in wills and probate cases, particularly those involving contentious probate issues or removal of executors. Julian is a regular speaker at seminars hosted by St John’s Buildings and has recently delivered well-received talks on issues arising under TOLATA and at our recent “When Chancery law and Family Law Collide” seminar. He has been a Recorder since 2004.
The seminar is free to attend for CNWLS members. Reserve your place by emailing: Carol.Draycott@law.ac.uk with the names of those attending and your firm details.
Non-members are also welcome. Places are £25 each for non-members, with payment to be made to:
Cheshire and North Wales Law Society
Bank Account: 79823513
Sort Code: 60-40-08
Reference: Seminar 2 and your name
If you have any questions about the event, please contact Carol Draycott.
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