JS v RS – Clearing the Clutter of Contributions & Conduct and Settling for Less!
17th November 2015
If a party in financial remedy proceedings makes an offer which is less advantageous than the financial order which the court would consider appropriate, is the court obliged to make the higher order, in line with it’s view of that party’s entitlement?
Sir Peter Singer answered this question whilst considering a short marriage (6 years including cohabitation) between a high-earning wife and a husband against whom she had made numerous non-contribution and conduct allegations.
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