Pre-Nuptial Agreements: Has their day arrived
6th July, 2011
Pre-Nuptial Agreements: Has Their Day Arrived
This seminar is FREE to attend
Who Should Attend?
Those giving financial advice to individuals
This seminar will give you a concise overview of the outcome from the Supreme Court on the Radmacher V Granatino case that will see significant changes to the law in relation to pre-nuptial agreements.
About the Speaker
Richard Barge, Head of Family Law at Aaron & Partners, has developed extensive experience in all aspects of family law with a particular emphasis on the financial consequences of relationship breakdown. Richard’s wealth of knowledge and experience in this area has led to him to being involved in a number of notable cases. His typical clients are high net worth individuals with significant assets both in the UK and offshore. He regularly acts for Directors and shareholders of SMEs and OMBs, Farmers, Landowners, Professionals or their spouses. Typically the financial structure of the relationship is complex with cases often involving trusts, business assets, self-invested pensions and assets located outside the jurisdiction.
Richard’s client skills, the ability to get to the core issues and to provide robust advice has seen his reputation burgeon in the marketplace and the overwhelming majority of Richard’s client’s come from personal or professional referrals. Richard is also a fully trained Collaborative lawyer and was instrumental in establishing a Collaborative group in the Black Country. He will bring the same passion and energy for collaborative resolution to Chester’s already established Collaborative scene.
Richard has a particular niche for drafting and advising upon Pre and Post Nuptial agreements and Cohabitation agreements. Nowadays, these are regarded as an essential piece of financial planning for those individuals keen to limit their exposure in the event of relationship breakdown.
Dates, Times & Locations
8am – 10am
The Quay Hotel
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