Family Finance Flyer Issue 21

Tchenguiz v Imerman; Imerman v Imerman [2010] EWCA Civ 908 , Imerman – No Reprieve for Hildebrand

The practice developed under what has been known as the ‘Hildebrand Rules’ have enabled wives, in the main, up to now, to garner evidence of their husband’s lack of full and frank disclosure, which either they had no knowledge of previously and discovered only by accident or chance or which they always suspected but the process of disclosure had failed to reveal and belated ‘self help’ to accessible material appeared to be the most cost effective way of exposing such conduct. Click here to read more.