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Splitting the assets

Lawyers cite cases of divorcing couples fighting over such innocuous items as a frying pan. Robin Charrot of George Davies recounts a case of a couple running up a bill of £2,000 over bed linen. Pannone has estimated that 20% of divorces were effected by disputes over inexpensive possessions. Amanda McAlister of Russell Jones & Walker said: "You would be surprised at how couples, who can split pretty sizeable assets without much problem, are willing to waste thousands of pounds on the smallest or oddest possession.”

Friday 6th April 2012 The Daily Telegraph (page 13) Daily Mirror (page 38) Daily Mail (page 9)

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