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HC v FW [2017] EWHC 3162 (Fam)

In a tweet: Unusual FR case where W did not have capacity to litigate and H disengaged with the proceedings

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Case note, published: 19/01/2018


See also

  • Final orders in financial remedy proceedings where the assets were worth £40m, the wife had special medical needs as a result of a brain tumour and the German husband was absent from the final stages of these proceedings. Cobb J also considers, among other things, arguments on inherited wealth, whether the Duxbury or Ogden tables are appropriate to cater for the wife's needs and whether the husband had been served properly. Judgment, 12/12/2017, free

Published: 19/01/2018


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