Ancillary Relief Barristers Update to Tees Valley Resolution
Trinity Chambers' Ancillary Relief barrister and Deputy District Judge, Tim Spain will be delivering a seminar held by the Tees Valley Regions’s Resolution group. The event taking place at the offices of Archers Law LLP, Lakeside House, Stockton on Tees at 5.30pm on Thursday 22nd November 2012 will explore developments in Ancillary Relief .
Tim Spain will cover recent cases involving Consent Orders and failure to act; pre-marital property; modest assets; non-disclosure; third-party interest; pre-marital agreements post – Radmacher ; severance of joint tenancies; bankruptcy and Civil Partnership dissolution.
As well as being a member of Chambers’ Family and Ancillary Relief practice group, Tim heads up Trinity’s Mental Health and Court of Protection practice group. He is a recognised expert in high value ancillary relief cases particularly those involving companies, partnerships, farms, hidden wealth and insolvency. The Trinity barrister also deals with Local Authority public law child care cases. He is also regularly instructed in Court of Protection matters in relation to vulnerable adults and safeguarding issues.
He has been recognised in this year’s legal directories - "a favourite of instructing solicitors, who note that "he is consistently excellent with clients, is first-class in his preparation and is always prepared to make himself available."" Chambers UK 2013.
"a hardworking, intelligent and thoroughly prepared barrister" Legal 500 2012.