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Divorce Archive - June 2018

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Husband’s divorce plea rejected having claimed that the wife grows beard

A recent divorce case was heard in Ahmedabad, India whereby the husband sought a divorce on the grounds that the wife had a beard and she “sounded like a man”. This was rejected by a court. The husband told the court that prior to the wedding he only saw the wife on one occasion, when her face was covered with a veil. The union... Read More

Spousal maintenance, a meal ticket for life? In anticipation of the Supreme Court decision in Mills v Mills

The issue of spousal maintenance is often one of the most difficult aspects of a case to resolve between parties on divorce. The complex process is a necessary one and ultimately ensures that the less economically advantaged spouse is fairly awarded payments of maintenance to meet their ‘needs’ after the marriage has ended. That... Read More

Economy boosted by big money divorce cases

Wealthy couples divorcing in the English courts bring in valuable revenue to prop up the justice system, according to a prominent judge. The remarks, reported in the Times, were made earlier this week by Richard Todd QC, deputy High Court judge and celebrated family law silk. Mr Todd was presiding over the High Court Belokon hearing... Read More
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