Jonathon Bosanko > Chambers of Deni Mathews > Truro, England > Lawyer Profile
KBG Chambers Offices
23 FRANCES STREET
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Jonathon accepts instructions from both private and publicly funded clients. His areas of expertise include:
• Ancillary relief/financial order applications including big asset cases and those where the assets are complicated such those involving pensions (particularly armed forces schemes), business interests, farming partnerships and property subject to trusts;
• Schedule 1 Children Act 1983 applications;
• Non-molestation, occupation and transfer of tenancy order applications under the Family Law Act 1996;
• Child Support Agency Tribunals.
Recent cases include advising and representing: both armed forces personnel and their former spouses in applications where the pension is the largest single asset, parties who jointly ran a business during their marriage; and a party in an application under s37 of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 to stop a party from disposing of the lump sum received from a pension on retirement.
Called to The Bar 2001
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors: Divorce and Financial Remedy)Ranked: Tier 1
KBG Chambers houses a team which fields expertise in financial remedy work and private and public children law matters. Practice head William Higginson is ‘an impressive advocate‘, and is highly regarded for his specialist knowledge of public children law matters; he regularly handles complex hearings involving allegations of physical and sexual abuse and factitious illness. Charlotte Ash acts for parents, guardians and local authorities across the range of children law work, and the ‘very capable‘ Jade Corden is experienced in cases involving complex mental health issues, allegations of domestic abuse and parental alienation. Financial remedy specialist Jonathon Bosanko is ‘always dependable‘, ‘supportive and reassuring‘ and ‘very pragmatic‘.