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Watch: Intervenor Claims - Who, What, When & Why?

26th February 2024

Watch the recording of ‘Intervenor Claims - who, what when and why?’, first broadcast on Tuesday 27th February 2024 with speakers: Alexander Chandler KC, 1KBW; Max Turnell, 1KBW; Rhys Taylor, The 36 Group and Helen Brander, Pump Court Chambers.

Topics covered in this webinar include:

  • When should you join an intervenor (distinction between property claims and loans)
  • What directions should be made?
  • Applicable law (burden of proof)
  • Costs – offers and rules
  • Tips and traps

Cases referred to in this webinar:

Fisher Meredith v JH and PH (Financial Remedy: Appeal: Wasted Costs) [2012] EWHC 408 (Fam)

P v Q (Financial Remedies) [2022] EWFC B9

TL v ML & Ors (Ancillary Relief: Claim against assets of extended family) [2005] EWHC 2860 (Fam)

A v A [2007] EWHC 99 (Fam)

Goldstone v Goldstone [2011] EWCA 39

Edgerton v Edgerton & Anor [2012] EWCA Civ 181

Shield v Shield [2013] EWHC 3525 (Fam)

Shield v Shield [2014] EWHC 23 (Fam)

Bogolyubova v Bogolyubov [2022] EWFC 199

Uddin v Uddin & Ors [2022] EWFC 75

Hudson v Hathway [2022] EWCA Civ 1648

Parra v Parra
[2002] EWCA Civ 1886

Laskar v Laskar
[2008] EWCA Civ 347

Marr v Collie
[2017] UKPC 17

Tsvetkov v Kharova
[2023] EWFC 130

Uddin v Uddin
[2022] EWFC 75

Goldstone v Goldstone
[2011] EWCA Civ 39

Baker v Rowe [2009] EWCA Civ 116

KS v ND (Schedule 1: Appeal: Costs) [2013] EWHC 464 (Fam)

Gojkovic v Gojkovic (No. 2) [1991] 2 FLR 233, [1992] 1 All ER 267

Her Royal Highness Tessy Princess of Luxembourg, Princess of Nassau and Princess of Bourbon-Parma v His Royal Highness Louis Xavier Marie Guillaume Prince of Luxembourg, Prince of Nassau and Prince of Bourbon-Parma v L'Administration Des Biens De S.A.R. Le Grand Duc De Luxembourg [2018] EWFC 77 (Fam)

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Dictionary of TLATA and Inheritance Act Claims 2024

The key concepts, cases and practice in four important areas where family law overlaps with the law of trusts and real property.

This 2024 edition has been fully updated to include changes and developments in the law from the last 12 months and includes a comprehensive new section on Intervenors, consisting of: Case Management in Intervenor Claims; Costs in Intervenor Claims; Family Court's Role in Intervenor Claims; Joinder of Intervenor as a Party and Subject Matter of an Intervenor Claim. There are also new entries on illegality, Unjust Enrichment, Variation of Equitable Interests and Interim Provision.

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SPEAKERS:

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Alexander Chandler KC FCIArb, 1KBW

Alexander Chandler KC is a barrister specialising in financial remedies and TLATA at 1 King’s Bench Walk in London. He sits as a Recorder, Arbitrator and private FDR judge, posts blogs at familybrief.org, and tweets @familybrief.

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Max Turnell, 1KBW

Max specialises in all areas of family finance and is ranked by both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners for his financial remedy work. Max regularly deals with cases involving trusts & complex asset structures, claims under Schedule 1, TLATA and Part III, jurisdiction disputes and enforcement issues. He is comfortable both on his own or as a junior in a larger team. He is an expert in the use of the Judgment Summons procedure having been junior counsel, and later sole counsel, for Sir Frederick Barclay in the long-running and widely reported Barclay enforcement proceedings.

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Rhys Taylor, The 36 Group

Rhys Taylor is a barrister at The 36 Group and 30 Park Place. He is a member of the Family Procedure Rule Committee and the Pension Advisory Group. Bencher of the Inner Temple. Contributing Editor to The Family Court Practice and co-author of Pensions on Divorce: A Practitioner’s Guide. Regular lecturer including to the Judicial College. Rhys is a Recorder, arbitrator, mediator and a neutral/evaluator in the private FDR setting. He tweets @RhysTaylor32

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Helen Brander, Pump Court Chambers

Helen is a barrister and arbitrator at Pump Court Chambers working in the fields of matrimonial finance and inheritance, trusts and estates. She complements that with private Children Act 1989 work. She writes and lectures frequently on matters of interest, including document manipulation, cryptoassets, financial provision for adult children and issues arising in TLATA and proprietary estoppel. She has a particular interest in Italian law and culture.