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Divorce asset protection planning

A good example here

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-60052754

I've seen this done successfully many times. Just shows how hard it is to get money from a married person who does not want to pay you.

Rather foolish to incur £1.5m of libel legal costs in such circumstances expecting to get paid.

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
20th Jan 2022 10:31

I didn't know being an active racist and convicted fraudster (amongst other matters) was so profitable.

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By Justin Bryant
20th Jan 2022 10:41

I guess you've not been watching enough BBC1 Panorama and Channel 4 Dispatches etc. programmes.

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
20th Jan 2022 14:03

I try to avoid the ones with right wing nutters and racists in 'em.

Bad enough avoiding them in the daytime.

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By Wanderer
20th Jan 2022 11:44

Ah Tommy, wasn't he the who was amazed when he discovered there were racists within the BNP & also didn't know non-whites couldn't join?

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By Paul Crowley
20th Jan 2022 12:18

The libelled person could afford the £1.5M fees?
Or was this a legal team doing Pro-Bono but hoping to get something out of it if successful
Cannot believe that an offer was not made that could have saved so much work and cost

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By Justin Bryant
20th Jan 2022 12:50

It's likely there's a conditional fee arrangement with insurance (like many big money divorce cases), so I doubt the libeled claimant will be out of pocket by £1.5m and his law firm and/or the insurers will be the ones mainly out of pocket here.

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