PracticeAuditMills hires new team of forensic accountants

Mills hires new team of forensic accountants

The former model is reported in the Daily Mail to have told friends that she cannot support her daughter on the £35,000 a year awarded by the court

Heather Mills is understood to have hired a new team of forensic accountants
to prove her ex-husband is worth double the £400m figure accepted by the court
during their settlement battle.

The former model is reported in the Daily Mail to have told friends
that she cannot support her daughter on the £35,000 a year awarded by the court.
Mills is hoping to force Sir Paul McCartney to increase the payments, the
Telegraph
reported.

Outside court last week, Mills insisted McCartney is worth £800m. She also
claimed to have recordings of him admitting it.

Sir Paul’s wealth was estimated to be in the region of £825m, according to
the 2007 Sunday Times Rich List.

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