New PracticePlus module provides guidance for practitioners on the issue of enforcement

By: Juliet
On: Monday, 17 November, 2014

The prudent practitioner keeps enforcement of an order in
mind when negotiating and drafting a financial settlement order. After all, what use is an order if there is
little or no chance of it being complied with, and if options for enforcement
are limited?

All practitioners are likely to need to advise on issues of
enforcement at some point, even if applications are not being made on a day to
day basis. However, as applications are
not usually made regularly, it can be difficult to keep abreast of changes to
law and practice in this area. Knowing
how to deal with a recalcitrant payer, and which …read more

Source: Family Law News