Nicholas Allen KC
Published: 13/01/2022 10:53
Barrister and Joint Head of Chambers at 29 Bedford Row (London). Door Tenant at St. Ives (Birmingham). IFLA arbitrator and PFDR/ENE tribunal. Appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2018 and a Deputy High Court Judge in 2021 (previously Recorder of the Family Court from 2016). Bencher of the Middle Temple. Editor of the family law chapters of Foskett on Compromise (Ninth Edition, 2019). Regular lecturer including at the Judicial College. Co-Chair of the Bar Council’s Services Appointment Panel. Trustee of FreeBar, a network promoting LGBT+ equality and inclusion.
'A Matter of Clarification' – Written Questions to Experts
A party’s ability to put written questions to an expert – both one instructed by another party or a single joint expert – is provided for by FPR 25.10. The rule dictates that questions put to an expert must inter alia both be 'proportionate' (r.25(2)(a))…
Non-Matrimonial Property – Valuing the Family Business
“Marriage, it is often said, is a partnership of equals. The parties commit themselves to sharing their lives. They live and work together. When their partnership ends each is entitled to an equal share of the assets of the partnership, unles…
- Matrimonial and Non-Matrimonial Property