Features & Benefits
Available across all platforms, including Windows, Mac and online
Capitalise can now be used on Windows and Mac, whether it is a desktop, laptop or tablet. There is also a web based application that you can access via your internet browser.
Carry out conventional calculations (working from an income required to a capital sum) or reverse calculations (working out the income a specific capital sum will provide).
Reduce (or enhance) the income requirement at a certain point during the term.
Preserve initial capital
Ensure the initial capital is preserved at the end of the term, so it falls into the recipient’s estate.
A summary page, laying out the description and ‘answer’ for each calculation, so you can view them all on one page.
About the authors
This program has been devised by Class Legal with the help of Mr Justice Mostyn and Sir Peter Singer.
Mr Justice Mostyn is a Family Division Judge of the High Court. As a barrister he specialised in Ancillary Relief. He is the author of Child's PAY and Quantum, and is also joint editor of At A Glance and @eGlance. He is a member of the President's Ancillary Relief Advisory Group and of the President's International Committee. He is a Fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
Sir Peter Singer is a retired High Court Judge of the Family Division. He is an Associate Member of 1 Hare Court where he now practices as an independent and neutral Family Dispute Resolution Facilitator and Arbitrator. He is joint editor of At a Glance and @eGlance and founder member of www.FamilyArbitrator.com. He is a member of The Family Law Bar Association; Resolution; the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; the Centre for Family Law and Practice; and GEMME, the European Association of Judges for Mediation.
I very much doubt that you will want to return to the old manual calculation methods after trying Capitalise.
It is excellent. Very clear, user-friendly format.
Latest News ALL NEWS
- Family Law Hub Digest (May 2018) Read more
- SH v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, CH and Revenue and Customs (CSM) (Child support - calculation of income)  UKUT 157 (AAC) Read more
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