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Rehearing for financial remedies due to non-disclosure not always from scratch

Litigation Letter

Rehearing for financial remedies due to non-disclosure not always from scratch

GW v GW [2016] EWHC 3000 (Fam), 23 November 2016

The Family Court had to determine a wife’s financial remedies application in a rehearing, after the previous final order of 2010 had been set aside by Moor J because of the husband’s non-disclosure of his interest in two trusts. The wife argued that she should now receive an equal share of the parties’ current resources including the trust assets, whereas the husband contended that the wife should only receive a third of the value of the trust’s asset as at 2010 plus 15% compensation for the non-disclosure.

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