This 4-hour event will cover financial remedy and private law children.

Finances: Katharine will start with an amble through capital, a slight incline through pensions and PAG 2 and downhill with periodical payments. Katharine will look at the main cases directing the Courts and any new case law including the recent decision of Standish.

The following practice points will also be considered: the effect of the new FPR on Non Court Dispute Resolution and the cases on how it is being applied, and how you can deal with digital manipulation of evidence.

Katharine will finish finances with a shallow dive into non disclosure, expert and share valuations.

In the afternoon, Katharine will look at private law children. Again, by looking at the recent cases which are making a splash, and by considering the current trends and practice points. There will also be a deep dive into Older Teens, and how you deal with them as subject children in private law cases: options for outside court support, longer term orders, when there should be a Guardian appointed and even the teen giving evidence in a fact finding or similar.

There is no public law content in this course but there will be lots of opportunity for interaction and questions and answers throughout.

This is a course for those who are specialist family practitioners.

It will be accessible to all levels of qualification but the practitioner who will benefit the most should have a practice which is predominantly or wholly family law based.

The delegates should leave feeling up to date on all the major current themes and with a working understanding of the most significant cases in financial remedy and private law children and some good practice points to assist in solving case load solutions.

This face-to-face training course consists of a presentation on the day, printed and digital lecture notes to refer to during and after the event.

You will be able to actively listen to the course and ask questions to the speaker on the day, and interact with sponsors.

Maximise learning whilst spending minimal time away from your desk. This half-day conference provides you with 4 hours of learning.

Attendees will receive a certificate of completion after the event closure.

Arrival at 12pm for lunch, the masterclass begins at 12:30pm and ends at 4:30pm.

The £79 +VAT ticket price includes 4 hours of CPD at the event, a sandwich lunch upon arrival and a tea & coffee break in the afternoon. You will also have access to CPD webinars at, including exclusive offers from For Legal.

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11:30 - 12:30
Welcome and Lunch
12:30 - 14:10
A Family Law Update
14:10 - 14:30
Sponsor Talks
14:30 - 14:50
Afternoon Break
14:50 - 16:30
A Family Law Update

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Event Information

£89 + VAT

Mary Ward House,
5 - 7 Tavistock Place,
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The ticket price includes:

  • 4 hours of CPD at the event
  • comprehensive notes
  • additional resources
  • access to free CPD content at
  • a sandwich lunch upon arrival
  • tea & coffee break in the afternoon
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  • Katharine Bundell

    About the speaker

    Katharine Bundell

    Katharine read law at Cambridge University, practised out of Middle Temple initially in general common law and property, and later moved back out to East Anglia. Katharine specialises in family law: finances, private law children and trusts of land. Lectures for MBL, Lawnet and For Media Group, Resolution and various local legal groups.

    Published Financial Provision for Children under Schedule 1 Children Act in 2019. Family Law Bar Association Regional Chair for East Anglia.

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