Financial Remedies Practice is firmly established as the essential, specialist reference for all family financial remedy practitioners.
Cited and used in courts every day, this unique book combines in a single portable volume authoritative Commentary on financial remedies practice and procedure together with the full and up-to-date text of the relevant Family Procedure Rules and Practice Directions.
Crucially, and unlike other books on the topic, Financial Remedies Practice provides unrivalled coverage of myriad decisions and developments under the CPR that now mirror many of the key aspects of financial remedies practice, such as injunctions, relief from sanctions, costs and general case management.
This 8th edition has been revised and rewritten to incorporate developments from the last 12 months. Crucial changes include the emergence of two sets of Family Procedure (Amendment) Rules, allowing for the anticipated recalibration of the former ‘Shorter Procedure’ to the new ‘Fast Track’ and the President's announcement that the ‘Financial Remedies Courts’ scheme will be extended to other regions.
Key cases from the last 12 months, including De Gafforj v de Gafforj (Appeal: Hadkinson Order)  and Barton v Wright Hassall  are also analysed in the comprehensively rewritten Commentary.
The book is supplemented by an online version at familyprocedure.com which includes the full text of the Commentary linked to the primary sources cited so that you can easily find the relevant case and statutes direct from the Commentary.
This breadth of coverage and the expertise of the authors means that Financial Remedies Practice should be on the shelf in every family law library.
Published 1st March 2019
Page count: 1000
Financial Remedies Practice (2019) editors
The late Sir Peter Singer
Sir Peter Singer was a retired High Court Judge of the Family Division. He was an Associate Member of 1 Hare Court where he practised as barrister and then QC for 25 years. He practised as an independent Family Dispute Resolution Facilitator, conducting private Financial Dispute Resolution meetings in domestic law post-separation financial disputes, and to assist in the resolution of family issues of every complexion. At the time of his judicial appointment he was President Elect of the European Chapter of the International Academy of Family Lawyers and participated in many cases with an international dimension.
He trained and was accredited as an arbitrator (MCIArb) under the new family arbitration scheme established by the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators. With fellow arbitrators Gavin Smith 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 still comprise the most up-to-date and comprehensive information and research platform available for family financial case arbitrations.
He was a member of the editorial board which produces the Family Law Bar Association's publication At a Glance: Essential Tables for Financial Remedies, @eGlance and the Duxbury calculator as well as the Commentary available within Financial Remedies Practice, and as a component of the electronic compendium @eGlance.
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 CapitaliseQuantum, and @eGlanceAt 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.
He has been a long time co-author of the FLBA publication At A Glance@eGlance.
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@eGlance and co-author of Financial Remedies under the Family Procedure RulesFinance 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.
Joshua is a Family Law Barrister at 1 Hare Court.
Following his undergraduate degree at Durham University, Joshua was awarded the Durham Post-Graduate Research Scholarship to research the reform of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973.
During his Masters Joshua taught undergraduate law to third year students and subsequently worked briefly in politics and consulting.
Joshua lectures on Family Law and frequently presents seminars and articles. Joshua is a contributor to Rayden & Jackson