Katherine Dunseath and Frank Feehan QC discuss the Court of Appeal’s judgment in Mills v Mills, which highlights the financial ties afforded by joint lives maintenance payment

Katherine Dunseath and Frank Feehan QC discuss the Court of Appeal’s judgment in Mills v Mills, which highlights the financial ties afforded by joint lives maintenance payment

3rd March 2017

Katherine Dunseath, a barrister at 3PB Barristers, and Frank Feehan QC analyse how the Court of Appeal approached a cross-application for an upward variation of a joint lives maintenance order taking into account financial decisions made by a divorcing spouse over a 15 year period.

They discuss the Court of Appeal’s judgment in Mills v Mills, which highlights the financial ties afforded by joint lives maintenance payment.

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Katherine Dunseath (Call 2008) has a thriving practice advising on all aspects of family law. She regularly appears in the High Court and has appeared in the Court of Appeal on numerous occasions.

** This article was first published on Lexis®PSL. Family analysis on 28 February 2017. Click for a free trial of Lexis®PSL.