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Ancillary Relief - Evolution or Revolution?

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Penny Booth, Principal Lecturer and Cathy Kennedy, Solicitor and postgraduate student at Staffordshire University Law School. Focus on the big money cases where there is surplus capital on divorce. In particular the position post White v White [2000] 2 FLR 981 is explored. The authors state the law is now at the point where it is clear that parties ought to be treated fairly but this does not necessarily mean equality of division. See September [2005] Fam Law 712 for the full article.

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