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advice needed on hiding money (1 Post)
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13 April, 2017 08:16PM
advice needed on hiding money
seekingadvice2004 - 13 April, 2017 08:16PM
Hi im new here and could really do with some advice,
my parents have been separated for 11 years and my dad has suddenly decided he wants to divorce my mum, which is fine with everyone and my mum agreed straight away.
Now for the complicated bit... when he left he agreed to give the house to my mum and is now demanding half. obviously in the eyes of the law he is entitled to this as his name is still on the mortgage but he hasn't paid a penny towards it since he left.
We have just received a letter from his solicitor saying he will take less than his half, however they havent taken any of his assets into this amount. Is my mum entitled to half of his too? also he is in a new relationship of 10 years and im convinced they are hiding even more money. Is she entitled to see her accounts to?
My mum doesnt want anything from him or her other than to keep her house, but we feel completely betrayed by him.
This has completely ripped my family apart and i have no idea how i can help my mum. She cant afford a solicitor.
Any help will be gratefully received.
Than you
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