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will his bad behaviour be taken into account? (2 Posts)
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26 January, 2017 02:30PM
will his bad behaviour be taken into account?
dellou - 26 January, 2017 02:30PM
Hi, My stbx was sent to prison for trying to strangle me and would have succeeded if my dog had not intervened, I have permanent damage to my throat and scars around my neck of which I am waiting for an operation to remove my damaged tonsils- my stbx also has a gambling addiction and it is evidenced in his bank statements throughout the marriage, he went bankrupt in the marriage and did not disclose the proceedings until it was too late ( I found out by all my bank accounts being frozen). He also left me to pay his business loan of £25,000 when he left and has not paid any contributions towards this at all ( he has also done this to his most recent ex partner £23k). He has told the courts that he is jobless and homeless but I have the evidence that proves otherwise. I know that written down it looks awful but do you think the judge will take this into consideration when dividing up the assets?
Re: will his bad behaviour be taken into account?
davidterry - 26 January, 2017 03:21PM
Yes, being sent to prison for trying to strangle you is sufficiently serious for it to be behaviour which a court would take into account,
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