Corey Mills's Divorce & Matrimonial Finance Cases

Granting an order to a husband’s estate

Corey acted for a wife in proceedings brought against her husband’s property. The husband ‘sold’ the property to a relative under its true value, behind his wife’s back, in order to avoid her obtaining any share of it. Corey successfully persuaded the court to grant an Order setting aside the transaction. The property was later Continue reading

Granting an order to a husband’s estate

Corey acted for a husband in proceedings settled with wife concerning jointly owned property. When the husband died before property was sold, the wife moved back into property and refused to leave. An order was granted to the husband’s estate for the wife to vacate and the family home to be sold.

Securing assets for a wife in non-disclosure case

Corey acted for a wife in proceedings brought by her for a share of husband’s property. The husband had owned the property prior to the marriage, but had other assets. Corey’s expertise demonstrated that the husband did not comply with court directions for disclosure of his assets, debts and income. As a result, his client Continue reading

Protecting a wife’s property portfolio

Corey acted for a wife who owned a large portfolio of properties prior to her marriage, as well as some further properties acquired during the marriage. After a short marriage, with little financial contribution by the husband, who had built up a substantial private pension, he brought proceedings for a share of all the wife’s Continue reading

Protecting a wife’s property in second divorce

Corey acted for a wife on her (and her husband’s) second divorce. His client retained the former matrimonial home from her first marriage and divorce. There had been little financial contribution from her second husband, who claimed an unrealistic level of interest in the wife’s property and sought to force a sale of it. Corey Continue reading