Financial provision: Looking beyond the evidence

Antonia Barker analyses the outcome in long-running financial remedy proceedings, where the court drew adverse inferences from non-disclosure and was unable to achieve finality ‘In addition to their use of trust-owned properties, both husbands in Quan and Joy had access to what Mostyn J described as ‘‘financial assistance kindly given”.’ In Quan v Bray [2018] …
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Cases Referenced

  • Joy v Joy-Morancho (No. 3) [2015] EWHC 2507 (Fam)
  • Quan v Bray & ors [2015] WTLR 885
  • Quan v Bray & ors[2015] EWCA Civ 1253
  • Quan v Bray & ors[2017] EWCA Civ 405
  • Quan v Bray & ors[2018] EWHC 3558 (Fam)