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Voluntary financial disclosure (4 Posts)
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10 June, 2017 06:31AM
Voluntary financial disclosure
John86 - 10 June, 2017 06:31AM
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 13/07/2017 01:31PM by John86.
Re: Voluntary financial disclosure
John86 - 10 June, 2017 08:55AM
oh and we are both in our early 30s.
Re: Voluntary financial disclosure
jill_of_all_trades - 12 June, 2017 11:33AM
Find an experienced solicitor in a good firm and put the facts to him/her.

You start from 50/50 but then adjust to fit the facts. Pro you getting more: its a very short marriage, you put in more financially, her housing needs are met by her parents. Pro her getting more she has less income and a baby. ( I am not sure whether it is legally possible to register a baby with the biological father's details if the mother is married to someone else.)
Re: Voluntary financial disclosure
davidterry - 12 June, 2017 05:51PM
The house is jointly owned so I don't think you will get far with any argument that you contributed more financially. The assumption behind putting something into joint names is that you own it jointly. The same goes for marriage. It is normally regarded as a partnership. You will only get more than half if your ex agrees to that. If she does not then you do not have much of an argument.

For what it is worth the argument that she has somewhere to live with the child because she lives with her parents while you continue to live in what was the former matrimonial home is usually an unattractive one when there is a child involved.
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