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iPhone iPad as assests? (5 Posts)
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20 May, 2017 12:03AM
iPhone iPad as assests?
xhikarux - 20 May, 2017 12:03AM
What counts as valuable assests? I have been given a solicitors form and I've to declare assests over £1000 per item.. then I see Form E saying only if over £500?

do iPhone and iPad count? They were both boought from an Asian country from current husband in the past as gifts. Much cheaper than Uk ones, and he's not got proof of how much he paid but wants to add them into my assests pot so he pays out less. Should these be included into the assest pot? What exactly is the value per item that should be added? And he's got an iPhone himself lol!

If u can let me know if gift count as martial assests?

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 20/05/2017 12:36AM by xhikarux.
Re: iPhone iPad as assests?
HatMan - 20 May, 2017 07:17AM
Even if they were worth that as new items they certainly are not worth that as 2nd hand pieces of consumer electronics, ergo they should not be included - the very idea is ridiculous.
Re: iPhone iPad as assests?
Spidermint - 06 June, 2017 08:33PM
My husband and I agreed to discount all electrical goods (TV etc) because they depreciate so much. I would think it just comes down to splitting it on the grounds of the person wanting to keep an item or not, not becuase of their value. It's worked out that I've got the hi-fi and dvd player, and he has the tv and recorder but it was more for convenience.
Re: iPhone iPad as assests?
jill_of_all_trades - 07 June, 2017 11:14PM
Cars are ignored as assets unless they are really old and valuable or something like a Ferrari according to my solicitor.
Re: iPhone iPad as assests?
davidterry - 08 June, 2017 09:53AM
>>Cars are ignored as assets unless they are really old and valuable or something like a Ferrari according to my solicitor.

That's correct. Ordinary cars are just treated as modes of transport rather than assets.
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