The reference in White v White to the need for a judge in ancillary relief applications always to refer back to the yardstick of equal distribution of all the assets did not mean that the judge had to include in such calculations non-matrimonial assets.
England and Wales
Cited – White v White HL 26-Oct-2000
The couple going through the divorce each had substantial farms and wished to continue farming. It had been a long marriage.
Held: Where a division of the assets of a family would satisfy the reasonable needs of either party on an ancillary . .
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Updated: 01 July 2022; Ref: scu.247966