ancillary relief


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ancillary relief

noun accessory relief, additional relief, adjunct relief, an added judgment, attendant relief, beneficial relief, collateral relief, complementing relief, extra relief, other relief, resultant relief, resulting relief, secondary relief, sequential relief, spare relief, subordinate relief, supplemental relief, supplementary relief, supporttng relief
Associated concepts: ancillary administration, ancillary attachment, ancillary bill, ancillary jurisdiction, ancillary prooeeding
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Head of the Family Group, Lorna Meyer QC, Michele Friel and Stefano Nuvoloni stand out for expertise in cases involving children; Stephanie Brown and Robin Rowland also stand out for their unrivalled expertise in financial ancillary relief matters.
Mr Llwyd, who became a solicitor in 1977, was called to the bar in 1997, and is now a member of Chester's Linenhall Chambers, will say: "My background in family law convinced me - it still does - that taking ancillary relief and private family proceedings out of the scope of legal aid will have a devastating effect on families and on children.
creditors or of the monetary ancillary relief claims of its corporator's spouse.
The scheme covers specialist areas of family Law work and to be successful, Lucy had to demonstrate a high level of knowledge, skill and experience in two chosen areas of family law, ancillary relief and children matters.
The accreditation, which was awarded by The Law Society, recognises Joanne's particular expertise, skill and practice in the area of violence in the home and ancillary relief.
Especially worrying is the fact that legal aid will be removed for ancillary relief in divorce cases - which deals directly with cases involving children.
Beenita specialises in Children Act proceedings, injunctions, cohabitation law, domestic violence and ancillary relief and Emma specialises in divorce as well as Children Act proceedings and injunctions.
Save for the release of the judgment and Order dated 17 March 2008 the Wife and the Husband and any persons acting on their behalves are strictly prohibited from publishing, disclosing, or in any way revealing without the consent of the other, the evidence, correspondence, transcripts, judgments or Orders in the proceedings concerning (a) the child of the family (b) the main suit (c) the cross-applications for ancillary relief, and (d) any marital confidences.
Pursuant to the notice of Arbitration the Company is seeking: (i) specific performance of the Agreement or, in the alternative, damages for breach of the Agreement; (ii) damages caused by Petaquilla's wrongful announcement that the Agreement had been rescinded; (iii) ancillary relief (including injunctive relief) to prevent Petaquilla from compromising the Company's rights and interests under the Agreement; (iv) costs; and (iv) such other relief as the Company may advise and the Arbitration tribunal may permit.
In his new role, he will deal with divorce, ancillary relief, cohabitation disputes, civil partnership dissolutions and access to children.
That he may be granted such ancillary relief by way of getting shot of the said Respondent and never have to set sight on the woman again.
I had to submit two dissertations, each of 3,000 words, covering issues of domestic violence and ancillary relief.