2. Section 29 of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 2006
Date:
Monday 08 October 2018
Time:
05:45pm - 07:15pm
Speaker:
John Kerrigan (Partner, Morisons)
Seminar Details:

Section 29 of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 2006 is a much criticised piece of legislation and may be reformed.

This Seminar will cover -
     • Criticisms of Section 29
     • The proposals for Reform of the Section.
     • Existing Case Law
     • The importance of the Decision of the Inner House in Kerr v. Mangan 2014
     • A personal view upon how the Section should be reformed

John Kerrigan is one of Scotland’s foremost authorities on Succession. He is a member of the Law Society of Scotland Sub-Committee on Trusts and Succession. John is also the author of Drafting for Succession which is now in its second edition and compiled Greens’ styles of Powers of Attorney and Petitions for Financial Guardianship. He also has considerable experience in advising his firm’s Family Law Department on s. 29 matters.

Booking fee: members £50; non-members £75; trainee/paralegal from member firm £15; trainee/paralegal from non-member firm £25

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