Sapna is a family law barrister of 15 years’ experience specialising in aspects of private children law and financial relief. She is Resolution-accredited. Sapna combines her deep knowledge of the law with a key ability to get to the root of problems. In any dispute, particularly those involving financial relief, Sapna looks to settle matters before advising clients to go the court route, to save time and money and unnecessary stress. She has well-honed skills in negotiating agreements between the parties in dispute, whether it be to do with contact or with finances.
Here Sapna gives an informative update of the mechanics of the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996. She helpfully outlines key legal definitions, as well as relevant court powers and how and when they might be used. She also provides great detail on how to carry out the logistics of procedures: this includes highlighting practical steps that can be taken when working with clients, as well as important considerations about factors considered by the court.
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