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Family Protection Act

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70% too late?

On first blush Kinney v Pardington appears to set the bar for Family Protection Act (FPA)claims at an almost unprecedented 70% in the context of one of three children claiming a breach of moral duty.  However, when the facts are considered, the context of this case, may set it apart due to the very specific … Continue reading

What do I want?

Bean v Bean is a an application to strike out a Family Protection Act 1955 (FPA) claim on the basis that it has no prospect of success.  The bar is set high for such a claim.  While any such claim will depend on its own facts, Bean v Bean is an interesting study of the procedural and tactical aspects … Continue reading

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