Relationship Property Law 2022 - Preston v Preston

Description

Where to from here?

This webinar will look at the recent Supreme Court decision of Preston v Preston and how it impacts on the court’s approach to a Section 182 claim.

Section 182 of the Family Proceedings Act 1980 is one of the few trust-busting mechanisms currently available that have “teeth” and the consequences of a successful Section 182 claim can be significant.

Complex issues can also arise where a spouse has brought assets into the relationship or the duration of the relationship is at the shorter end of the spectrum, as in Preston.

Understanding how the Supreme Court approached its analysis under Section 182 will arm you with the knowledge required to successfully make or defend a Section 182 claim.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

This webinar will allow you to:

  • Obtain a detailed understanding of the Supreme Court’s most recent approach to s182 of the Family Proceedings Act 1980
  • Understand how to make or defend a s182 claim
  • Determine what factors to take into account in assessing a s182 claim
  • Assess how the approach to s182 has changed in light of Preston

SUITED TO

All lawyers who practice in the area of relationship property.

PRESENTER

Sharon Chandra, Barrister, Bankside Chambers.

1.25 CPD Hours

  • Jul 05
    • $195.00 excl. GST
    Tue, 2:30 PM NZST - Tue, 3:45 PM NZST Online
    • $195.00 excl. GST

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