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A family court judge has landed a man with a costs bill of £100,000 after an application to vary a post-divorce pension sharing order that was ‘hopeless from the outset’.

In a ruling that was highly critical of the lawyers involved, His Honour Judge Edward Hess rejected the application and said it was ‘high time that a line is drawn under this seemingly endless litigation’.

Read the full article here: Law Gazette

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