9 May 2017, written judgement for a contested ancillary matter hearing our team argued at the High Court in November 2016 and January 2017 was published.

We managed to persuade the Court to used the then applicable structured approach espoused in the case of ANJ v ANK in a manner that delivered a more equitable outcome for the Husband. The Court finally divided the assets 60:40 in Husband’s favour and ruled that a family house Husband received as legacy was not a matrimonial asset that had to be divided. We were also commended by the Court for presenting clear submissions that allowed the hearing to proceeded efficiently: