Divorce – Ancillary relief. The parties (H and W) were granted a decree nisi following a long marriage. In due course, the judge made an ancillary relief order dealing with the financial affairs of the parties. The judge made a costs order against H. H appealed. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, modified the ancillary relief order to a limited extent, but found that the costs order reflected the judge's findings to the H's attitude to W's claims.