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Caroline Wigin

Year of call:
1984
Education:
1983
Exeter University, Law
1984
Pupil at Park Court Chambers, Leeds
1985
Tenant at New Park Court Chambers
2014
No 6, Leeds
2015
No 6 becomes Park Square Barristers
Appointments:
1999
Part-time judge of the Social Entitlement Chamber
2004
Recorder (Crime) Recorder (Family)
2015
Authorised for Deprivation of Liberty in the Court of Protection
Grade 4 prosecutor
Specialist rape prosecutor
Advocacy trainer
Assessor for BPP of the CPS
Memberships:
North Eastern Circuit
Criminal Bar Association

Caroline Wigin specialises in financial-remedy cases involving small businesses such as fish and chip shops, caravan sites and, in particular, family farms.

Acting for husband or wife, she is familiar with constructing agreements to enable the best use of all assets – in particular, where farms are held either by family trusts or other arrangements for multiple ownership.

Caroline has recently conducted several cases for unmarried couples under the TOLATA legislation, the majority of which have been brought to a satisfactory negotiated conclusion, thereby saving significant hearing costs.

Contact Caroline’s clerks

Claudine Cooper on 0113 202 8604

Paul Foster on 0113 213 5209