Findings at trial must support ultimate conclusions (Court of Appeal)

In Mills v Mills [2017] EWCA Civ 129, the Court of Appeal allowed a former wife's appeal and increased her spousal periodical payments where the trial judge had found a shortfall of £1,441 between the former wife's net income and her needs budget but did not give any reason how the shortfall would be met before dismissing her variation application.

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