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There is a duty to provide full and frank disclosure to the Court in financial proceedings and without this, there is a risk that the settlement may not be fair and reasonable.

On 10th June 2015, the Supreme Court considered the issue of non-disclosure in the cases of Sharland v Sharland and Gohil v Gohil. In both of these cases the wife is applying to overturn the original settlement alleging that their husband has not been honest in disclosing their financial position which will have affected the divorce settlement. The Judgment is awaited.

If you do not have a properly concluded clean break order, please contact us for advice.