Rupi Rai reviews the courts’ treatment of debts in financial proceedings, particularly in cases involving family loans
Helen Cort discusses how economic uncertainty can impact on the divorce rate, and the potential pitfalls that may be encountered if divorce proceedings are delayed until more certain times
Elizabeth Simos looks at issues of conduct and non-disclosure, and the impact where adverse inferences are drawn in needs cases
Simon Fisher looks at arguments in favour of an add-back in a case also concerned with fabricated liabilities
Natasha Kurth suggests that arguments as to conduct should be rare in financial proceedings, and approached with caution
H and W married in December 1993 when W was 32 and H was 62. They have three children aged between 17 and 12. H’s first wife died and he had four children, (the elder children) from that marriage – all now adults aged over 35. His second marriage ended in divorce, but he had no continuing financial ties to his second wife...