An investment banker who claims an imposter stood in for him at his own wedding has failed in his attempt to avoid a big money divorce suit.
London's reputation as the divorce capital of the super-rich has been earned through a number of headline-grabbing, hefty settlements being set in its courts - but the era of wealthy divorce tourists flocking to the U.K. may be coming to a close.
January is famously the month in which more people file for divorce than any other. And if your marriage is at an end, you're a member of the international jet set and earn less than your partner, London seems to be the best place to secure a generous settlement.
A bitter divorce battle, which has seen billionaires from the U.K. and Russia take the stand in London and shone a light on the issue of asset concealment in international tax havens, has concluded with a £20 million ($33 million) award.
Many divorcing spouses end up financially devastated because they accept unfair settlements. The key is to minimize the damage by avoiding some common pitfalls.
The verdict is in.
London’s status as a 'wife-friendly divorce capital' is at stake in a U.K. Supreme Court ruling over access to an oil trader’s properties held by offshore companies.
If you’re a trader and your marriage is breaking down, you may want to step back from the markets. On the other hand, maybe your marriage is breaking down because you’re a trader.
Divorced or widowed parents fall into one of two camps: proactive in finding love again, or basically uninterested.