Pegah Sharghy has recently appeared before the President of the Family Division representing the...
Chambers has substantial expertise and high standards of client care and professional skills.
The profile of our Financial Remedies team is refreshingly varied and we effectively match the complexities of each case and the needs of the client with the most suitable barrister.
We have a number of highly specialised barristers in this field with experience of high value cases and those involving complex assets structures and foreign jurisdictions. In appropriate cases the input of leading counsel is available from our highly accomplished London based matrimonial finance QC’s.
Our team has extensive knowledge of judicial practice in local courts across Sussex, Surrey and Kent.
Our members specialise in one or more of the followings areas:
- Financial Provision on Divorce
- Schedule One Children Act: Financial Provsion for children of unmarried couples
- TLATA 1996: Property disputes between cohabitants or related persons
- Implications of Civil Partnership Act 2002 for same sex couples
- Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975
- Professional Negligence arising form Financial proceedings
- Divorce, Nullity and Judicial Separation proceedings
- Safeguarding Assets
- Enforcement and Variation of Orders
Our team support the use of standard financial remedy orders, as recommended by the President of the FLBA Family Division. Please click here for more information and to download the standard orders.
Robert Seabrook QC‘s wide-ranging experience crosses jurisdictions. In recent years he has concentrated on clinical negligence, medical disciplinary work and substantial matrimonial finance and property cases.
David Balcombe QC combines clinical and professional negligence and professional discipline work with specialist matrimonial finance work (including pre-nuptial agreements). He is an accredited arbitrator on the panel administered by the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (“IFLA”) and conducts arbitrations of family financial disputes. To provide “early neutral evaluation” in such disputes he also conducts private Financial Dispute Resolution hearings.
Pegah Sharghy in significant case challenging Consent Orders - Apr 2015
1COR welcomes Amanda Minto as a new tenant - Apr 2018
1COR Members and Clerk to act in YRes Mock Financial Remedy Arbitration - Feb 2018
Jeremy Cave & Francesca Wiley QC talk at East Sussex Resolution AGM - Nov 2017
President of the Family Division issues practice guidance on the use of standard orders - Jun 2018
Charlotte John secures order in significant statutory Will case - Oct 2017