Edward acted for a Husband in matrimonial finance proceedings following a long marriage. The parties’ child was now in adulthood. Before Edward became involved, the Wife had defended the divorce and then made an application for maintenance pending suit, which had resulted in the Court making an order for interim periodical payments and a costs … Continue reading
Edward represented a Wife in financial proceedings brought by the Husband after a long marriage. The parties’ children had all turned 18, and the couple’s principal assets were in properties in the UK and abroad. There were also significant pensions, including some which were already in payment and others whose fund status had changed during … Continue reading
Edward represented a husband in his application for financial remedies on divorce. The parties had separated several years previously, after a long marriage of almost three decades. Upon separation, the husband had received a sum of money from the wife and moved out of the family home, which was the sole asset. In this case, … Continue reading
Edward acted for a wife in her ex-husband’s application for financial remedies following their divorce. It had been a long marriage, but the parties had been separated for many years and any children were now adults. At the time of separation, they had been legally represented and an agreement drawn up, but this order had … Continue reading
Edward acted for a husband at final hearing. The wife contended that there had been agreement at separation and husband had already received 50% of the capital at the time of separation. It was held that husband was further entitled to half of the remaining capital at the time of trial and a clean break.
Edward acted for a wife in a four-day final hearing. The husband sought the transfer of the former matrimonial home into his name. The wife sought an order for sale. It was held that the home should be sold. The wife was awarded in excess of 75% of the capital.
Edward acted for Ms. Wyatt in the case of Wyatt v Vince  UKSC 14 when it was originally heard in the High Court.