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Articles : April 2009

Divorce and family law explained 

Falling shares doesn’t mean changes to divorce settlements

By Woolley & Co, on Wednesday April 22, 2009 at 1:29pm

A recent Court case means family lawyers Woolley & Co are urging clients to think carefully about risk and return before agreeing any financial settlement when they split.On 2nd April 2009, City tycoon Brain Myerson, who claimed he had been wiped out by the recession, was told by the Court of Appeal that he was responsible for agreeing the divorce settlement and just because his shares had fallen in value it did not mean he was legally entitled to change...

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