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Should One Spouse's Financial Obligation To The Other On Divorce Be Absolved By The Presence Of Parental Wealth?
This was the question faced by the Court of Appeal in the divorce case of Hayat Alireza v Hossam Radwan [2017] EWCA Civ1545.
UK
21 Sep 2018
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Proprietary Estoppel: Quantifying An Interest
In May 2014 I wrote a blog about the dairy farming case of Davies v Davies [2014] EWCA Civ 568. Almost exactly 2 years later, the Court of Appeal judgment quantifying Eirian's claim has been published.
UK
13 Jun 2016
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What Makes A Contribution Special?
In the case of Lambert (2002), the Court of Appeal effectively shut the Pandora's box that had been opened by Cowan.
UK
19 Jun 2015
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Wind Of Change On Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)
Various reported cases in the English Family Courts over the last year indicate that the pejoratively termed 'meal ticket for life' may be on the wane.
UK
18 Jun 2015
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Pre-Nuptial Agreements can now be Binding in England says Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has today upheld a Court of Appeal decision holding Nicholas Granatino to a pre-nuptial agreement which he signed prior to his marriage to the German heiress Katrin Radmacher.
UK
21 Oct 2010
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Pre-Nuptial Victory For German Heiress
The Court of Appeal has confirmed in a landmark decision on 2 July 2009 that, although a pre-nuptial agreement is not contractually binding under English law, it can be given decisive weight in divorce cases.
UK
7 Jul 2009
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