Yes, only partially.
His judgment was based on these figures:
My pension £116,000
Matrimonial home in Newcastle £110,000-£120,000
Cairo flat £60,000 awarded to her
Sudan property £60,000 (authenticated estimate from Ministry of Justice) is only £15,000
The judge to cancel out overseas assets
The judge has ignored gold and Jewellery worth £80,000, although she admitted selling every thing during the court procedures.
I and my legal time brought some evidence including she in 2005 changed her marital status to single on her Egyptian ID. The judge accepted the validity of the evidence, but still calculated the pension duration from 2001 to 2009, it should have been 2005 based on the ID card.
Does dishonesty be rewarded in court? I have lost every thing by her deception.
Do you think I have a good chance for my appeal to be accepted by the judge.
If the appeal is successful at this stage, then I am planning to go to Egypt to obtain new evidence about her other assets when situation there is back to normal.