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Portioning out pensions in Goyal v Goyal (No 3)

This case picked up from Mostyn J’s decision in Goyal v Goyal (No 2) EWFC 50. Following the Court of Appeal’s decision to... Read More
John Oxley, Barrister

John Oxley tackles the issues of criminal proceedings in the family courts in Family...

Chekhov warned never to place a loaded rifle on the stage if it isn’t going to go off. Despite the arsenal that the Family... Read More
Moscow

Bezeliansky v Bezelianskaya: The difficulty of enforcing financial provision orders

In the recent case of Bezeliansky v Bezelianskaya, a wealthy Russian husband unsuccessfully applied for permission to appeal concerning a variation of a consent order and... Read More
Screwfix

High court judge rules in favour of husband who hid millions

Six years after finalising the divorce settlement, a wife has returned to court following the discovery that her husband had failed to disclose millions during financial remedy proceedings. The husband, whose... Read More
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Divorce lawsuit against billionaire Steven A. Cohen dismissed

Yesterday brought good news for SAC Capital Advisor LP founder Steven A. Cohen, as Chief Judge Loretta Preska dismissed a long-running lawsuit in which the... Read More

Georgina Hamblin discusses the ‘Panama Papers’ leaks and divorce

Vardags' director Georgina Hamblin has been interviewed by Lexis PSL on the impact the explosive leak of Mossack Fonseca documents might have on divorce proceedings... Read More

“Fraud unravels all”: Supreme Court allows both appeals for Sharland and Gohil cases

The Supreme Court has struck a blow against cheats in landmark rulings on the cases of Sharland v Sharland and Gohil v Gohil. The... Read More
Uk Supreme Court, where Sharland v Sharland was heard

Sharland v Sharland: a closer look

On 14 October 2015, the UK Supreme Court handed down judgment in the case of Sharland v Sharland. Mr (H) and Mrs Sharland (W) separated in... Read More
Big Yellow Storage

Hiding possessions during a break-up

We always say that it’s important to see the big picture when going through a divorce, and not to fight over petty things. But self-storage... Read More

Committal: a reminder on the importance of compliance

The family court has once again showed that they will be taking breaches of orders seriously and that offenders should be prepared to face... Read More

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