Wife granted permission to take divorce case to supreme court
Lawyers argue dishonesty in
legal proceedings should not be tolerated.
The former wife of a convicted
fraudster has won a legal battle to take her case to the highest court in the
land to prove that her husband lied about his wealth during their divorce and
seek a new fairer settlement.
Varsha Gohil will join Alison Sharland, another woman who is challenging the law to stop one spouse from being
able to deliberately mislead the court to hide the value of their assets during
a divorce. Ros Bever, the specialist divorce lawyer at Irwin Mitchell
representing both women, says that …read more
Source: Family Law News