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Settlement reached in Akhmedov divorce case

The Guardian has reported that Farkhad Akhmedov and Tatiana Akhmedova have reached a settlement in the litigation pursuant upon their divorce.

In 2017 Mr Akhmedov was ordered to pay his former wife £453 million in one of the largest divorce awards ever made by a UK court. In April this year Tatiana Akhmedova was granted substantial money judgments in pursuit of her divorce award against her ex-husband. The judgments were against the couple's son, Temur Akhmedov, Borderedge, a company owned by the couple's two sons, and Liechtenstein trustee entities, Counselor Trust Reg and Sobaldo Establishment, for their participation in schemes orchestrated by Farkhad by which they had received assets to frustrate Ms Akhmedova's ability to enforce her divorce award.

It is now being reported that Ms Akhmedova has "accepted a cash and art settlement".

For the Guardian report, click here.