Detecting assets in financial proceedings (Richardson-Ruhan v Ruhan) – Family Law

Posted December 19th, 2017 in divorce, family courts, financial provision, news, sham transactions, third parties by sally

‘Family analysis: In Richardson-Ruhan v Ruhan the court was concerned with assertions that assets belonging to the husband were held for him by a nominee, related commercial proceedings and arguments as to sham. Michael Chapman, partner, and Holly Tootill, senior associate, both from JMW, who acted for the wife in this case, answer some questions on this complicated and extensive decision.’

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Family Law, 18th December 2017