In this episode of Stewarts Soundbites, Emma Lyons spoke to Jenny Bowden, a senior associate in the Stewarts divorce team, about the wider implications of catastrophic injury upon family life and relationships.
Jenny and Emma will discussed the most common family problems that arise after someone has sustained a life-changing injury.
Jenny explained the potentially complex implications of serious injury upon family dynamics and advise on precautionary measures to consider to help manage familial problems that may arise further down the line.
Jenny explored planning options, including cohabitation agreements and pre and post-nuptial agreements.
Emma and Jenny discussed what happens to compensation/property if a relationship breaks down and how best to advise vulnerable clients who may be experiencing difficulties in their marriage or other relationships.
Watch the recording below:
About the guest speaker: Jenny Bowden, Associate, Divorce and Family at Stewarts
Jenny has particular experience advising on the financial aspects arising from separation. The majority of Jenny’s cases are international, involving foreign jurisdictions or assets and clients based overseas. She also advises unmarried couples: preparing cohabitation agreements, preparing pre and post nuptial agreements, advising as to property rights and financial claims made on behalf of children. She also deals with private children matters.
Jenny enjoys spending time with her two children Noah & Margot, and her two dogs.
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