Monthly Archives: February 2018

Ex-wife awarded £90million fighting for more

An ex-wife awarded a £90 million settlement in 2014 upon divorcing her property tycoon husband is seeking to argue that she should receive another £25 million – despite having signed a pre-nuptial agreement.  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5363469/Wife-signed-pre-nup-says-90m-payout-unfair.htm A pre-nuptial agreement is a contract … Continue reading

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“Till Death Do Us Part” – The perils of being a sole director/shareholder

The recent case of Kings Court Trust Limited v Lancashire Cleaning Services Limited highlights the difficulties that a company can face upon the death of a sole director and shareholder.  If the director/shareholder was to die unexpectedly there would be … Continue reading

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