‘Anyone can live on £90m’ This is an understandable human reaction to learning that Camilla Versteegh is asking the Court of Appeal to increase her original award of £90m by a further £25m. However, with assets totaling £230m, there needs to have been a jurisprudential reason why she did not receive the half of the…
The breakdown of a cohabiting relationship presents the same complex array of issues which require resolution as if a couple were married.
The big difference is that where couples are not married, there is no provision in English law by which one party can obtain financial support from the other in their own right; such support has to form part of orders made for the benefit of the children of the family. Disputes about the division of property have to be resolved under principles of Trust and Property Law.
This means that people, often when at their most vulnerable, are faced with a daunting and complex series of steps to take to resolve financial issues with their former partner.
We are experienced in resolving these issues.