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Collardeau-Fuchs v Fuchs [2022] EWFC 6

Date:17 MAY 2022
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(Family Court, Mostyn J, 21 February 2022)

Divorce – Maintenance pending suit – High net worth individuals – Standard of living of parties pre-marital breakdown

The Family Court ruled on the application for maintenance pending suit brought by the wife against the husband following the parties’ separation and divorce, awarding the wife maintenance pending suit, to include maintenance for the children, in the sum of £71,300 per month.


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Neutral Citation Number: [2022] EWFC 6 
 
Case No: ZZ20D65691 
IN THE FAMILY COURT 
 
Royal Courts of Justice Strand, London, WC2A 2LL 
 
Date: 21 February 2022  
 
Before: 
 

Mr Justice Mostyn 

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Between: 
 
  ALVINA COLLARDEAU-FUCHS 
  Applicant  
   
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  MICHAEL FUCHS
  Respondent 
 
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Nicholas Cusworth QC and Nicholas Bennett (instructed by Payne Hicks Beach) for the applicant for maintenance pending suit 
Tim Bishop QC and Richard Sear (instructed by Stewarts Law) for the respondent for maintenance pending suit 
 

Hearing date: 9 February 2022 

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Approved Judgment 
 
 
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MR JUSTICE MOSTYN 
 
This matter was heard in private. The judge gives leave for this version of the judgment to be published. In no report may the children of the parties be named. Breach of this prohibition will amount to a contempt of court.  

 

Judgment: Collardeau-Fuchs v Fuchs [2022] EWFC 6

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