Practice – Family proceedings. The wife had applied for a judgment summons due to the husband's failure to make payments under a maintenance order. The hearing of her application had been adjourned a number of times on the husband's application. The husband had again applied for an adjournment on the ground that he was not sufficiently well enough to attend and that it would be wrong, given the criminal nature of the proceedings, to continue in his absence. The Family Division dismissed the husband's application having paid regard to the history of the wife's application, and the insufficiency of the medical evidence that had been produced which had been vague and had not explained why attendance had not been possible.