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S v S [2014] EWHC 4732 (Fam)

Sep 29, 2018, 22:32 PM
The wife was awarded £5.6m out of total assets of £25m after the court had taken into account the husband's pre-acquired wealth prior to the 9 year marriage.
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(Family Division, Bodey J, 15 December 2014)

 Financial remedies - Pre-acquired assets - Whether period of cohabitation to be included in period of marriage - Sharing or needs case
 
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 The wife was awarded £5.6m out of total assets of £25m after the court had taken into account the husband's pre-acquired wealth prior to the 9 year marriage. 
  Neutral Citation Number: 2014 EWHC 4732 (Fam)
 Case No. FD13D02074

 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
 (FAMILY DIVISION)

 The Royal Courts of Justice
 The Strand
 London
 WC2A 1LL

 Date: 15th December 2014

 
 
Before:

 MR JUSTICE BODEY

 __________________

 B e t w e e n:

 S
 Applicant

 - v -

 S
 Respondent

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 Transcribed by Cater Walsh Reporting Limited (Official Court Reporters and Audio Transcribers) 1st Floor  Paddington House New Road   Kidderminster  DY10 1AL Tel. 01562 60921:  Fax 01562 743235:  info@caterwalsh.co.uk

 ____________________

 MR SOUTHGATE QC AND MR CALHAEM appeared on behalf of the Applicant
 MS BANGAY QC AND MR SEAR appeared on behalf of the Respondent

 ________________
 
 

 JUDGMENT

 S v S [2014] EWHC 4732 (Fam) 
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