John HudsonYear of Call: 2006

johnhudson
Areas of Expertise
  • Financial Remedy
Education
  • Business Law LLB

County Court Rate: £250.00 +VAT   High Court Rate: £400   VAT Registered: Yes   Direct Access Accredited: Yes

Barrister, previously a solicitor specialising in Family Finance.

Particularly cases involving businesses. As a company director himself, his practice extends from Family Law to providing advice, drafting and advocacy in other aspects of law affecting families including company law, director and partnership disputes and also embraces employment, landlord and tenant and wills and probate within the context of ancillary relief proceedings and beyond.

Recent matters include representing:

Husband in an application for a financial remedy following foreign divorce proceedings.
Wife in a financial remedy application involving substantial farm assets.
Wife in a financial remedy case involving a husband with a dramatically shortened life expectancy.
Intervenor in a case involving a family farming business.
Husband in a financial remedy case involving a husband and wife and family owned transport business.
Wife in a financial remedy case involving property abroad.
Husband in a financial remedy case involving substantial pension assets.
John is a keen horseman and keeps a Clydesdale and and IDxTB hunter together with a small flock of rare breed sheep on his land in the Yorkshire Dales.

contact details

+44 (0)115 8961983
18 The Ropewalk Nottingham NG1 5DT

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Case Studies

  • Substantial property allegations

    The case involved allegations of substantial property and business assets both in the U.K. and held abroad by the otherside who maintained that they had very little in the way of assets and in the course of the proceedings even went as far as to claim bankruptcy. The client had tried her best as a

    2nd May 2019
  • Business asset

    The client’s only significant asset was a business which employed over 20 people. The business was struggling but notwithstanding the reality of the situation the otherside believed that the business was far more successful than it appeared from the accounts. The otherside had subjected the client to numerous requests for information relating to the business

    2nd May 2019
  • Final hearing representation

    The client had lost confidence in his solicitor who had represented him at an FDA and FDR. The matter had been listed for trial and the client required direct access Counsel to represent him at trial. The matter was successfully compromised on the day of the final hearing. The work involved representing the client at

    2nd May 2019
  • Family home and separation

    The magnetic features of the case was the length of the marriage and the needs of the client and the parties children. The case was complicated over issues concerning the value of the former family home which had suffered from subsidence. The client sought the lion’s share of the matrimonial assets in order to meet

    2nd May 2019
  • Substantial pension assets

    The significant asset in the case was substantial pension assets. The parties had been married a long time and the client sought equality of pension income upon retirement. An actuary was required to carry out certain calculations. The client achieved her desired result at an FDR. The work involved consisted of representing the client at

    2nd May 2019
  • 2 million pounds of assets

    This case involved over 2 million pounds of assets however it was not complicated. The assets consisted of the former matrimonial home and several investment properties. Notwithstanding the lack of complication the parties had each spent the best part of £100,000 in legal costs prior to the issue of proceedings. The client had lost confidence

    2nd May 2019
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A massive thank you to John Hudson for your assistance, I am sincerely grateful. Moreover, for your good spirit and humour – it helped a lot in a difficult situation.

Robert
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