The recent case of Bloom v Bloom (Kontipaylova intervening)  All ER (D) 122 (Mar) underlined the need for parties to be aware of the following: Judgments can be published un-anonymised and information can be passed to investigating authorities. Not disclosing information or co-operating with the court in financial remedy proceedings could have ramifications that sound far more widely than just in those proceedings. It is better to make a clean breast of things (if there are skeletons in the financial cupboard) within proceedings that are prima facie confidential and co-operated with that process. The less that is volunteered, and the more that is dragged out or pieced together by the court or the other side, the greater the risk that publication and investigation could follow
March 28, 2018
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