18th Jan 2024

Elizabeth Hicks to Speak at The Practitioner’s Forum on Trusts in Divorce

Elizabeth Hicks to Speak at The Practitioner’s Forum on Trusts in Divorce

 

FLiP Director Elizabeth Hicks will explore the impact of pre-nuptial and post nuptial agreements on trust structures when she speaks at The Practitioner’s Forum on Trusts in Divorce hosted by ThoughtLeaders4HNW Divorce on 15 February 2024.

Elizabeth will address a range of legal issues including jurisdictional issues which may affect pre-nuptial and post nuptial agreements, including fixing the choice of law, and the use of arbitration to resolve disputes on these agreements. She will be joined on the panel by Christopher Wagstaffe KC of 29 Bedford Row and by Nicola Bushby of Boodle Hatfield.

Elizabeth specialises in all areas of family law with a particular focus in advising HNW and UHNW clients on complex cross jurisdictional issues of family, matrimonial and trusts law. Her work includes divorce, contested financial remedy cases, children cases and preparing pre and post nuptial agreements. Elizabeth’s cases frequently have an international dimension and many of her clients have substantial assets. Ranked as a leader in the field of family law, Elizabeth is described by Legal 500 as: “a standout practitioner. She is the whole package, technically good, has warmth in abundance and is completely committed to her clients.”

For more details and to book your place, please click here.

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Elizabeth specialises in all areas of family law with a particular focus in advising HNW and UHNW clients on complex cross jurisdictional issues of family, matrimonial and trusts law. Her work includes divorce, contested financial remedy cases, children cases and preparing Pre and Post Marital Agreements. Elizabeth’s cases frequently have an international dimension and many of her clients have substantial assets.