To mark the launch of the Family Law Hub, we are offering our blog readers and twitter followers 1.5 hours of complimentary CPD.
One of our first published webcasts features Christopher Wagstaffe QC, from 29 Bedford Row, tackling tackling trust issues in financial remedy cases such as variation, tips on preserving the value of the assets and the meaning of 'available resource'.
To claim your complimentary CPD you will first need to create an account here. Then log on, download the talk and notes here and answer the questions here. Once you have passed the course your online training record will be updated automatically so that you can submit it to your regulator. To help you get started, there are some notes on taking a CPD course here.
This webcast is the first of many and we will also be hosting regular live webinars - all provided in the costs of an annual subscription. Our first webinar will feature David Salter, of Mills & Reeve, providing a practice and procedure update including a review of the FPR in practice. More on this to follow very soon