The Children Act 1989, schedule 1 property structures - Financial Remedies Journal

Jemma Pollock (1) Rebecca Fisher, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, private client team. Pieter Boodt, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, real estate, planning and construction team.
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Jemma Pollock, Rebecca Fisher, Pieter Boodt

"A Schedule 1 order sets up a structure for a family’s home, often for many years. If care is not taken over the arrangements, the consequences can be very significant: from ongoing disputes, to unexpected tax consequences, to the practicality of who pays for a new boiler when it breaks in the middle of winter."

Writing for the Financial Remedies Journal, partners Jemma Pollock, Rebecca Fisher and Pieter Boodt discuss the provisions contained in the Children Act 1989 Schedule 1. Schedule 1 focuses on financial provision for children during a separation, particularly when property disputes occur. 

The full article is available online at the Financial Remedies Journal

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.

Jemma is a partner in the family team, and advises clients on a broad range of family matters including divorce and financial matters following separation.

Pieter is a partner in the real estate team. He advises developers, investors, charitable organisations and private individuals based in both the UK and abroad on a wide range of commercial real estate transactions.

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