At A Glance, 'the bible' for financial remedy practitioners, is now in its 29th year.
It incorporates all the latest Budget changes, and updated versions of all the usual favourites (including Leading Cases), as well as Annuities.
The 2020-21 version has a new, fully up-to-date section on the Financial Remedies Courts.
With over 112 pages of tables and up-to-the-minute support material, it is as ‘must have’ now as ever for those working in the family law field.
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‘At a Glance’ is the go to (book) that every family lawyer should have.It is always up to date, informative and provides you with the tables and schedules you will use on a regular basis together with an excellent index and reference to case law.
Absolutely first rate, the only book I would have if I was limited to one.
“A cornucopia of tables, facts and figures (and not a little law)…you pay less per page than in 1992”
Utterly indispensable: wherever you practice, you cannot afford to be without At A Glance.
At A Glance (2020-21): Pre-Order editors
Mr Justice Mostyn
Mr Justice Mostyn is a High Court Judge of the Family Division. He was previously a barrister specialising in Financial Remedies. He is a renowned and experienced computer program deviser.
He is an author of Capitalise, Quantum, and @eGlance. He is co-author of the Family Law Bar Association's annual publication At A Glance: Essential Court Tables for Financial Remedies.
He is a member of the Lord Chancellor's Advisory Group on Ancillary Relief, the President's International Committee, and of the Ogden Committee. He is a Fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Lewis Marks QC
Lewis Marks QC is a barrister at QEB Chambers. He practises in family law, in particular in the sphere of "big money ancillary relief" (financial provision following divorce), and has appeared in many of the leading cases. He drafted the FLBA's response to the European Commission's Green Paper ("Rome III") on the applicable law and jurisdiction on international divorce matters.
Lewis is a member of the Family Law Bar Association, and is a Fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Gavin Smith is a family law barrister at 1 Hare Court. He specialises in financial disputes resulting from all forms of relationship breakdown, especially those with an international dimension.
Gavin also has an expanding private dispute resolution practice. He is a Resolution-trained mediator and collaborative lawyer, and in February 2012 was trained and accredited as an arbitrator (MCIArb) under the new family arbitration scheme established by the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators. With fellow arbitrators Sir Peter Singer and Rhys Taylor (30 Park Place Chambers, Cardiff) he was voted 'Most Innovative Family Lawyer of the Year 2012' at the Jordans Award Ceremony in October 2012, for their 'pioneering approach' to the cause of arbitration in developing their website FamilyArbitrator.com and managing its parallel LinkedIn discussion group of the same name. Together these resources comprise the most up-to-date and comprehensive information and research platform available for arbitration in family financial cases.
Gavin is a co-editor of At A Glance and @eGlance and co-author of Financial Remedies under the Family Procedure Rules, published by Class Legal as a companion to @eGlance, now in its second edition. He also writes Class Legal's monthly Finance Cases Round-Up. Gavin is a co-author of Smith & Bishop, Enforcing Financial Orders in Family Proceedings, and wrote the chapters on domestic and international enforcement of financial orders for the current edition of Rayden & Jackson.
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