Jane Peckham qualifies as a Financial Remedy Law Arbitrator - Jan 2024
Jane Peckham is the Head of the Financial Remedies Team in Chambers and specialises in this practice area. She has a reputation for being hard working and approachable.
She has been a Resolution trained family mediator since 2013; Jane has acted as a mediator in numerous family mediations including financial remedy disputesFinancial Remedies
Specialising in financial remedies Jane’s practice also encompasses financial applications relating to children pursuant to Schedule 1 Children Act 1989 and civil actions between former co-habitants pursuant to the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996.
Jane has advised on a variety of cases with modest assets to multi-million pound cases. She has a wealth of experience in dealing with cases, with issues such as: Maintenance Pending suit, Pension sharing and Attachment Orders, businesses, Trust arrangements and bankruptcy and insolvency issues. Her practice also lends itself to advising in professional negligence matters in this area of law.
Jane also acts as a private Judge in financial remedy proceedings.
Jane has significant experience in private law children matters, involving acrimonious contact and residence disputes.
Jane appears at both without notice and on notice (contested) hearings for both non-molestation and occupation orders. She has acted successfully for both applicants and respondents in such applications at final hearing.
Jane is a qualified Financial Arbitrator.
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