Discuss. Following a divorce, the court has wide powers to redistribute the parties’ property. When redistributing the parties’ property, the court has to take into account the factors listed in s.25 of the Martimonial Causes Act 1973. The House of Lords’ decision in the case of White v White introduced the ‘yardstick of equality’ promotes financial equality in the ancillary proceedings following divorce. However, not all ancillary proceedings cases are decided equally such as that in J v J. Furthermore, the courts often find it difficult to divide the property equally between each parties due to the circumstances of the parties such of which will be discussed below

How To Order

1. Dissertation cost £55 GBP

2. Click the PayPal button

3. Click the “Click Here” button on the PayPal page to submit your credit/debit card payment

4. We will email your chosen dissertation in PDF format within 24 hours