This will be an interesting case to watch, as previously mentioned in our blog by Rachael.
Let's hope the judges use the opportunity to show that dishonesty isn't tolerated in the family justice system.
Two women who were duped into accepting 'unfair' divorce settlements, based on false information provided by their ex-husbands, are to ask the Supreme Court to tackle dishonesty in family proceedings and overturn their court orders in a three-day hearing starting Monday, 8 June 2015. Both Alison Sharland and Varsha Gohil are asking the Supreme Court to set aside their divorce settlements on the basis that their husbands were dishonest and deliberately misled them and the courts during the original hearings. It is the first time in a generation that the highest court in the land will hear cases on this issue.