18 years after s 15 was implemented, in the aftermath of Scott v Williams and in the looming shadow of the Law Commission’s proposed “Family Income Sharing Agreements” are we any better placed to assess with certainty an economic disparity claim? In this seminar we review key recent developments and propose suggestions for a “tool-kit” for practitioners.
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Family lawyers, general practitioners.
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Barrister, Bastion Chambers, Auckland
Lynda has been a specialist in all aspects of family law for many years. Her practice primarily relates to cases involving relationship and trust property as well as estate matters, including family protection claims. Lynda advises on custody, access, Hague Convention cases and maintenance, including spousal maintenance. She has particular expertise in the area of child support. Lynda has senior counsel for the child status and is routinely appointed to act for children, as counsel to assist the Court or as amicus. She has presented numerous seminars on a variety of relationship property and trust-related issues and matters relating to children.
Partner, Morgan Coakle Lawyers, Auckland
Kevin is one of the partners at Morgan Coakle Lawyers responsible for Family Law issues. He has practiced extensively in the relationship property area and has presented a number of seminars on related issues to NZLS CLE, ADLS and Family Law Conference audiences. Kevin also represents lawyers facing civil claims or complaints, often arising from relationship property files.
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