Family Law Hub

Farming and White v White 20 years on

Live webinar to be broadcast 1pm-2pm, on Tuesday 12th January 2021.

  • Join Zoe Saunders and Andrew Commins, both of St John's Chambers, for a practical guide to issues in Farming cases such as Subsidies, Quotas, Brexit, Partnerships, Companies and Intervenors. There will be tips on case resolution and what has happened to equality in farming cases since White v White.

    When? 1-2pm, Tuesday 12th January 2021
    Where? Any device with sound and internet

    The Speakers

    Zoƫ has extensive experience of cohabitation disputes involving ToLATA and Applications under Schedule 1 of the Children Act, and is often asked to advise both in writing and in conference as well as acting in disputed cases in the High Court, County Court and before the land registry adjudicator.

    She has expertise in financial remedy cases involving farms and farming businesses, multiple properties, trusts of land, complex pensions and insolvency. Zoe has experience in cases involving confiscation orders and proceeds of crime act issues and international enforcement of maintenance orders. Read more.

    Andrew is a family law barrister, mediator and author specialising in all matters of family finance and TLATA 1996 disputes. He advises and represents lay clients, trustees and companies, where appropriate. His practice is principally in mid to high net worth cases involving complex matters of fact or law. Andrew is regularly instructed in cases involving property (UK and abroad), farming partnerships, discretionary and constructive trusts, bankruptcy, company interests, nuptial agreements and complex pension disputes. He also has extensive experience of cases involving inherited wealth and pre-martial assets, allegations of conduct and the treatment of post-separation accruals. Read more.


News, published: 18/12/2020


Published: 18/12/2020


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