(Family Court, Mr Robert Peel QC, 6 May 2020)
Financial remedies – Divorce – Costs
The Family Court held that both parties emerged with about £5,000 each of liquid assets, having incurred nearly £600,000 of costs.
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Neutral citation number:  EWFC 41
Case No: ZC18D0025
IN THE FAMILY COURT
Royal Courts of Justice
Strand, London WC2A 2LL
Mr Robert Peel QC:
Sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge
Thomas Brudenell (instructed by Levison Meltzer Pigott) for the Petitioner/Applicant Peter Wilkinson (instructed by Fletcher Day) for the Respondent Hearing dates: 1-6 May 2020
The hearing was conducted remotely by Zoom
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Judgment: M v M  EWFC 41