Chrissie Cuming Walters explores the interrelationship between costs allowances and legal services orders ‘The difference between legal services orders and costs allowance orders is that the former is subject to the application of more stringent statutory principles while the latter remains open to wider judicial interpretation and discretion.’The terms ‘costs allowance order’ and ‘legal services …
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- CF v KM (Financial Provision for Child: Costs of Legal Proceedings)  EWHC 1754 (Fam)
- Currey v Currey (No. 2)  EWCA Civ 1338
- Moses-Taiga v Taiga  EWCA Civ 1013
- Rubin v Rubin  EWHC 611 (Fam)
- TL v ML & ors (ancillary relief: claim against assets of extended family)  EWHC 2860 (Fam)