The wife’s claim for financial compensation was heard again by Moylan J., who, in November 2016 essentially decided that the wife should receive an additional £6.22 million, calculated as half of themarital’ part of the undisclosed trust. Judge Holman held that the husband deliberately concealed the truth and did not reveal it and that Judge Moylan would not have given the order for him to give it, whereas him did so when the truth became known. Therefore, the order issued in November 2016 must be revoked and the wife’s financial claims must be heard again. If you would like advice on a financial relief order, divorce or other family law matter, please contact our Client Support team to speak with one of our divorce attorneys here. In June 2010, the first mutually agreed upon Financial Remedies Order was issued. As a result, the wife has requested that the order issued in November 2016 be set aside. The request was granted by Judge Moor, who vacated the consent order in July 2015. The Financial Reparation Order was revoked: A Financial Reparation Order is final. The wife later discovered that the husband had failed to disclose two valuable trusts of which the husband was the primary beneficiary. He failed to disclose an offer for the company that was four times the value of the company that an accountant had submitted to the court. The wife then found that the husband had violated other material confidentiality obligations related to the value of his company. The husband was a successful businessman, and by 2010 he had accumulated considerable wealth and had moved to Switzerland. It has been ten years since the parties separated, and she continues to fight for a fair resolution of her claims, based on full and open disclosure and openness.