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Periodical Payments

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  • Live webinar to be broadcast 4th October 2018 News, 03/09/2018, free
  • Husband's appeal against orders enforcing periodical payments orders was dismissed although his appeal against the amount of a lump sum order was allowed, the lump sum being reduced by CSA payments he had already made. Judgment, 28/08/2018, free
  • The father's application to discharge an order for periodical payments in respect of the child was allowed as the child now lived with the father in Canada. However, the judge made an order that the mother should be provided with funds to buy a house in England so that the child could visit, albeit the sum was far lower than that which had been previously ordered when the child lived with her. Judgment, 02/08/2018, free
  • The husband's appeal against the way in which outstanding spousal maintenance should be capitalised was allowed on the grounds that the judge had double counted. The husband's further complaints relating to the tax payable on the sums were dismissed. Judgment, 26/07/2018, free
  • Appeal against an upwards variation of periodical payments to the ex wife after she had received a capital sum in order to buy a house outright but had made unwise financial decisions which resulted in her having to pay rent. Appeal allowed. Judgment, 19/07/2018, free

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