Family court proceedings are a complicated at the best of times. When one of the parties in a separating couple is facing or has already entered bankruptcy, or the couple are coowners of a business – with or without solvency issues – proceedings can grow more complicated still.
In plain English, this ebook explains the complex areas of bankruptcy and corporate insolvency in family law proceedings and the role of Section 66G of the Conveyancing Act 1919. It is designed to guide family lawyers through the options available and potential outcomes from a variety of situations, including the appointment of a 66G Trustee.
Bankruptcy and corporate insolvency are never ideal in already complicated Family Court proceedings, but this ebook will help family lawyers navigate how the law has made provisions to deal with them.