When does a parents' duty to financially support their children end? Does it ever?
Join Sarah Richardson, Rebecca Fisher, Kate Hamilton and Alison Regan in the first episode of our occasional podcast series, 'A little more conversation', as they discuss a particularly interesting case in which a 41-year-old solicitor attempted to sue his parents for financial support.
Sarah is a partner in the children and education law team. She specialises in complex cases involving vulnerable adults and children during care proceedings and family disputes such as child arrangement orders and contact.
Rebecca is a partner in the private client group advising families and individuals on all aspects of private client law including wills, estate planning, administration of estates, trusts and powers of attorney.
Kate is a partner in the family team, based in the Bedford Row office. She has experience acting for family members who need to intervene in the divorce of their children or siblings, advising unmarried parents in making claims for the benefit of their children, undertaking complex children work such as leave to remove applications and negotiating pre and post-nuptial agreements.
Alison is the firm's Joint Managing Partner and leads the contentious trust and succession team advising a range of clients (private individuals, charities, trustees, administrators and beneficiaries) on the complete range of succession, probate and trust disputes.