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AW v AH and others [2020] EWFC 22

Date:20 MAY 2020
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(Family Court, Roberts J, 21 April 2020)

Financial remedies — Wife alleged that the husband had failed to make full, frank and complete disclosure of financial circumstances – Whether wife was entitled to relief

The Family Court held that the husband was, and had been, the beneficial owner of shares in a company and the beneficial owner of 50% of the value of the shares held in other companies. The Family Court also made a nominal periodical payments order and, at the present stage, a 100% pension sharing order in the wife's favour.

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Neutral Citation Number: [2020] EWFC 22

Case No: BV17D04457



Royal Courts of Justice
Strand, London, WC2A 2LL

Date: 21/04/20

Before :


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Between :


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AH (1)
BB (2)
C Limited (3)

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Deborah Bangay QC and Georgina Howitt (instructed by Hughmans) for the Applicant
The Respondent appeared in person with the assistance of a McKenzie Friend. There was no appearance by or on behalf of the second and third respondents

Hearing dates: 17th to 28th February 2020

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Approved Judgment

I direct that pursuant to CPR PD 39A para 6.1 no official shorthand note shall be taken of this Judgment and that copies of this version as handed down may be treated as authentic.

This judgment is being handed down in private on 21 April 2020. It consists of 151 paragraphs and has been signed and dated by the judge

The Judge hereby gives leave for it to be reported.

The judgment is being distributed on the strict understanding that in any report no person other than the advocates, the solicitors instructing them, or persons (other than the parties, members of their extended families and their children) identified by name in the judgment itself, may be identified by name or location. In particular the anonymity of the children and the adult members of their family must be strictly preserved. If reported, it shall be the duty of the Law Reporters to anonymise this judgment.

Judgment: AW v AH and others [2020] EWFC 22

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