Catherine Doherty examines the approach to stellar contributions and whether such arguments are now largely obsolete
A company was incorporated by the husband and a friend in 1978 as equal shareholders. The husband and wife started living together in 1986, and married in 1989. At this point, the husband acquired 99% of the shares and the wife 1%. They separated in 2015...
Vikkie Chetcuti examines case law developments on pre-nuptial agreements, in particular as to legal advice, jurisdiction clauses, needs and sharing, in the post-Radmacher era
Joe Ailion highlights a case in which, inter alia, a lack of legal advice in relation to a pre-marital agreement did not protect a dissenting party
Moji Sobowale examines non-matrimonial assets and the differing approaches to such assets that have developed in case law
Kathryn Mason reviews the approach to pension assets accrued prior to marriage, including the significance of needs