Published: 01/04/2022 07:00
Henry Pritchard is a family law barrister at 1 Hare Court, specialising in financial remedy cases.
The Summary of the Summaries (Summer 2023)
Summaries, beginning with HD v WB  EWFC 2 (Peel J): pre-nuptial agreement challenged by husband on the basis that he did not understand its implications and that it would not meet his needs. Husband was successful on this second contention. He received a needs-based award, albeit only 4% of overall liquid assets.
The Summary of the Summaries (Spring 2023)
We have summarised the following cases on the Financial Remedies Journal website since the last issue went to press, and now present these as a summary of summaries. Visit the ‘Cases’ tab on the website to search a compendious back catalogue o…
Announcement: Financial Remedies Practice 2023/24
The authors are presently writing the 2023/24 edition, which is expected to be published by Class Publishing in April 2023.They have decided that the section of the Commentary on Part 27 concerning the applicability of the open justice principle to financ…
- Open Justice
Cazalet v Abu-Zalaf  EWFC 11917 October 2022
Mostyn J. W’s application for (i) the recission of decree nisi, (ii) the dismissal of the underlying divorce petition and (iii) the set aside of the financial order made subsequent to that. The parties had been the subject of Mostyn J’s judgment of BN v M…
- Duration of the Marriage
- Setting Aside a Decree Nisi
- Rescission of Divorce Decree
Financial Remedies Case Round-Up: May to October 2022
Welcome to this round-up of developments since the second issue of the Financial Remedies Journal (FRJ) went to press in April 2022.All (yes, all) cases involving the financial consequences of married or unmarried relationship breakdown, or the maintenanc…
Financial Remedies Case Round-Up: February to April 2022
Cases from February to April 2022.
Financial Remedies Case Round-Up
From the Chair of the Editorial BoardThe Financial Remedies Case Round-Up will be a regular feature in the FRJ. The intention will largely be to draw brief attention to a full range of financial remedies case judgments delivered since the last edition of…