Section 21 agreements continue to be common place and often require a substantial degree of input, knowledge and “crystal ball gazing” on the part of practitioners who want to ensure that the agreements withstand the test of time. This seminar is intended not only to update lawyers on the recent case law but to also consider and address the “grey areas” we all encounter when drafting living agreements (s 21) and settlement agreements (s 21A).
This seminar will include:
By attending this seminar you will gain:
Family lawyers, property lawyers, general practitioners, civil litigators, and trust and estates practitioners.
|Live Web Stream||25 March|
Partner, Haigh Lyon, Auckland
Jennie’s clients value her energy and passion. She brings a thorough, yet efficient approach, ensuring her clients are always kept abreast of all available options. Enjoying the challenge that the constant flux of family law brings, Jennie is seen as a formidable expert in all things family law; regularly speaking at events and writing commentary for family court procedure and the Property (Relationships) Act 1976. An unrelenting and strategic advocate for her clients, she is lovely, but lethal. On the inside Jennie is the go-to for in-depth knowledge and application of family law legislation and procedures. On the outside, she is a self-described “fitness freak”. Whether it’s up at 5am to go to the gym or running round after her two small boys in the evenings, Jennie’s all about being active.
|Simon Jefferson QC
Trinity Chambers, Auckland
Simon has had more than 33 years’ legal experience specialising almost exclusively in family law since 1983. After 20 years as a partner with Shieff Angland (where he led a family law team renowned for its ability and from which has emerged many leading family law practitioners), he left to practise at the independent bar in June 2006. Simon was elevated to the status of Queen’s Counsel in 2013. He has appeared in the Family Court, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. A number of Simon’s cases feature in the Law Reports and he is particularly noted for his appellate advocacy.
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