New hearing in Liam Gallagher divorce cash row
A family court judge is preparing to analyse further issues in a divorce money fight involving rock star Liam Gallagher and his ex-wife Nicole Appleton.
Judge Martin O'Dwyer said earlier this month that he had made a ruling on the dispute after hearing evidence at a private trial in the Central Family Court in London in October.
Limits were placed on what the public could be told about evidence which emerged at the trial
And lawyers are today expected to debate what parts, if any, of Judge O'Dwyer's ruling can be made public at a further Central Family Court hearing.
Former Oasis singer Gallagher and Appleton, a singer with the group All Saints, are both in their 40s.
Both had attended the October trial and were photographed arriving at court.
Another judge, District Judge Anne Aitken, had signalled the end of the couple's six-year marriage more than a year ago - granting a decree nisi at a Family Court hearing in London in April 2014.