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JM v KK 6/9/21 - First instance financial remedy - foreign element - low value assets - high costs - departure from equality of both liquid assets and pension - pension treated separately - child maintenance dealt with.
The parties were married in one ceremony in India in February 2005 and one in England in April 2005; they separated after 14 years of marriage. They had one child nearly 13. They had had a comfortable lifestyle often living abroad. H was 50 and W 41. H was earning £23,000 and W’s income currently negligible. H’s pension value was £80,000.
In December 2019 H flew to England with the child. Various family applications ensued.
On 23 December 2020, H petitioned for...