29th Nov 2018 | Bailii
The Court of Appeal allowed an appeal against an order in financial remedy proceedings directly against a discretionary trust, of which the husband was a potential beneficiary, to make a lump sum payment to the wife. The judge had had no power under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 s.23(1) to make such an order against a third party.
21st Jun 2017
Mrs Justice Roberts dismisses Wife’s attack of a trust owning shares in companies worth £50m
20th Mar 2017
Court of Appeal dismisses proposed appellant's application to set aside consent order made in financial remedy proceedings
8th Feb 2017 | Bailii
Wife's appeal in financial remedy proceedings in which she sought an anonymity order and argued that the law in this regard should change. Appeal refused
29th Jul 2016 | Bailii
Court of Appeal confirms it is possible to make a Pension Sharing Order in relation to a pension based outside the jurisdiction, and that injunctions made under s.37 Senior Courts Act 1981 does not create freestanding jurisdiction to make substantive orders - it is an ancillary power only
25th Aug 2015 | Bailii
Committal application arising in Schedule 1 proceedings arising from alleged failure of the Respondent to complete properly a Form E. Judge finds a wilful breach and sentences Respondent to 14 days' imprisonment, suspended for a short period to allow one last opportunity to comply with the Order
22nd Jan 2015 | Bailii
Appeal allowed in respect of dismissal of a wife's application to enforce child maintenance payments despite a decision by a US Court on the same issue already having been made.
10th Dec 2014 | Bailii
Schedule 1 case where the mother made an unmerited appplication to vary an order for periodical payments and subsequently appealed, again without merit. Mother ordered to pay a contribution towards the father's costs.