Advocate Mark Renouf, partner at Hanson Renouf Advocates, has contributed the chapter on Offshore Trusts to the well known practitioner’s text book ‘Unlocking Matrimonial Assets on Divorce’ (3rd edition). The book is published by Jordans in hard copy, on the web, and also now in “eBook” format.
Advocate Renouf has advised about Offshore Trusts in many of UK’s high-profile wealthy divorces of recent years, including Minwalla v Minwalla, Whaley v Whaley, Mubarak v Mubarik and BJ v MJ, and his invitation to contribute to the text by co-authors Simon Sugar, Andrzej Bojarski and former High Court judge Sir Peter Singer is testament to his reputation as a leading expert in this field. He is the only offshore contributor to the publication.
The publishers, Jordans, say of the book; ‘Unlocking Matrimonial Assets on Divorce is a practical and user-friendly guide to some of the more challenging areas of ancillary relief practice in the UK’.
Advocate Renouf says “The hard copy version is a fairly hefty tome at 872 pages, so it is exciting that it is available in eBook version for the Kindle and other e-readers. There is an increasing demand for practitioners’ texts in electronic format – “The Royal Court Rules – a guide to the Jersey civil procedure rules” (the “Red Book”) by Advocate Hanson and others commenced publication in parts on our website in August 2012.”
The book had its official launch in London on Wednesday 23rd January.
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