Can a Wife’s Contribution to the Welfare of the Family be Worth $1 billion dollars?
This could be one of Britain’s biggest divorce cases exceeding $1 billion Canadian dollars.
The Guardian reports that Tatiana Akhmedova is seeking a claim against her former husband, a Russian billionaire.
The paper reported that she has not received “a penny” and the case is under appeal. The Guardian also reported on the trial decision.
Akhmedov argues “she was due almost half of their £1bn fortune due to her “equal contributions to the welfare of the family” during their marriage”.
The case has similar overtones to the British case Antonio v. Rokos,  EWHC 520 (Fam); Case No. ZCI5P04051, February 15, 2016, High Court of Justice Family Division that considered a mother’s child care budget that included £10,555 a year for wine.
So, what do you think? Does Akhmedov’s argument that her contributions to welfare of the family is worth up to $500 million dollars?