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Jay Patel comments on a racing driver’s ex-wife’s possible entitlement to a £5 million divorce settlement in Family Law

  • November 23, 2018
  • By Jay Patel, Partner

The ex-wife of a McLaren racing driver could be entitled to a £5 million divorce settlement after an appeal court ruled that a 18-year old prenuptial deal was “unfair.”

Jay Patel, a partner at Hunters Solicitors, said:

“The Court ultimately retains discretion as to what amounts to a fair settlement. This is the reason why considerable care and skill is required in arriving at a figure which not only meets the reasonable financial needs of the financially weaker party but also allows them to receive a fair share of the overall assets.”

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