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£400,000 financial remedy costs bill 'woefully excessive'

13th April 2022

Law Gazette

A judge has criticised the ‘woefully excessive’ expenditure on costs by a woman contesting a post-nuptial agreement entered into with her ex-husband.

In Traharne v Limb, Sir Jonathan Cohen ruled that Amanda Traharne should either dip into her income or raise a mortgage to pay a share of her costs of applying for the financial remedy order.

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