This detailed case law review analyses the historical and statutory basis of s25 conduct, the key components of a conduct claim, establishing conduct by reference to physical violence, financial misconduct, bigamy and litigation misconduct. Henry also assesses the impact of s25 conduct on the ancillary relief award.
Henry Hood Partner, Hunters
Henry Hood qualified in 1987, becoming a partner at Hunters in 1991. At that time he was a civil litigator. He began working in the area of family law in 1995, and now does little else, the bulk of his work being all aspects of Ancillary relief, which he combines with a private law Children practice.
In both specialisations he has experience of international issues and he is a member of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
The Legal 500 says that Henry is ‘invaluable’ and does what‘s best for both parties, particularly when there are children involved’.
Meanwhile the Chambers and Partners directory says that Henry ‘brings vast experience, clarity and equilibrium to complicated situations.’
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