Court of Appeal guidance on treatment of trusts

Court of Appeal guidance on treatment of trusts

The Court of Appeal has today handed down its judgment in Li Quan v Bray [2017] EWCA Civ 405,  as to the wife's appeal to overturn findings of fact by way of a 'reasons challenge' directed at the judgment of Coleridge J ([2014] EWHC 3340 (Fam)). The issues were whether the judgment failed adequately to give reasons for the findings of fact made by Coleridge J, his evaluation of those facts and the conclusions he reached so as to render that judgment unsustainable. In particular, the question arose as to whether, had certain specific issues been dealt with by the judge in his judgment, his findings would have been such that the Court of Appeal would set aside his order

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About the author:

Geraldine is Head of LexisPSL Family. She was admitted as a solicitor in 1992 and was in practice for 15 years, most recently as a partner and head of the family team at Hart Brown, a large Surrey firm.

Geraldine writes for Butterworths Family Law Service and is a past editor of the Resolution Review. She has been published in the New Law Journal, the Law Society Gazette and the District Judges’ Bulletin as well as in the national press including the Times and the Telegraph.

When in practice she was a member of the Law Society Family and Children Panels, and an accredited Resolution Specialist with a focus on advanced financial provision and pensions. A past Resolution regional secretary and press officer, Geraldine also contributed chapters to the Resolution publications, International Aspects of Family Law (3rd Edition 2009) and The Modern Family (2012).