Child maintenance: Few and far between

Beth Kivelä considers when the court may capitalise child maintenance and the exceptional circumstances required for it to do so Although the inherent difficulties in making certain predictions about the future might provide the court with good reasons not to capitalise a periodical payments order, such difficulties have no bearing on the existence of the …
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Cases Referenced

  • AZ v FM [2021] EWFC 2
  • Boylan v Boylan [1988] 1 FLR 282