Gloucestershire law firm Tayntons LLP, Spotlight on pre-nups

PUBLISHED: 11:35 22 December 2010 | UPDATED: 18:20 20 February 2013

Helen Meredith and Aimee Porter of Treasures with Gemma Stevens of Rowbis.

Helen Meredith and Aimee Porter of Treasures with Gemma Stevens of Rowbis.

Over 60 legal professionals from across the region gathered for an event hosted by leading Gloucestershire law firm Tayntons LLP to examine the implications of pre-nuptial agreements.

Over 60 legal professionals from across the region gathered for an event hosted by leading Gloucestershire law firm Tayntons LLP to examine the implications of pre-nuptial agreements.
Chris Price, head of family law at Tayntons LLP, welcomed colleagues, legal professionals and advisors at Coots Bar, Gloucester Quays, to discuss a new legal precedent arising from a recent landmark ruling from the Supreme Court in the case of Radmacher v Granatino.
The complex case, which has made pre-nuptial agreements legally binding in an English Court for the first time, has grabbed the headlines and sparked national interest in pre-marital contracts. Guests included barristers Susan Jacklin QC, Andrew Commins and Jody Atkinson from St Johns Chambers in Bristol, who gave presentations about the case and its impact.

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