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Topic: Re: How's this going to work?
Written By: mikeh1969 - 7 months ago
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Topic: How's this going to work?
Written By: mikeh1969 - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
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Topic: Re: Getting poor advice?
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
It's a fair point, and I do accept it, thanks. It's a shame though, as I'm actually not a duck (to extend this metaphor!), I just happen to have met someone that has kids (or ducklings?). So, I guess what we are saying is that I'm going to materially affect what she gets as a settlement?
Topic: Re: Getting poor advice?
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
davidterry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > >>Neither of us want to rush into living together > just to suit someone else's financial position.<< > > In other words you want to keep your relationship > secret until your partner has obtained her > financial settlement? Does the husband know about > her relationship with you?
Topic: Re: Getting poor advice?
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks Burger. Out of interest and clarity, I don't see why it's particularly silly that we don't want to live together. For whatever personal reasons we have, we have chosen to live with our own children and not put those two families together. Neither of us want to rush into living together just to suit someone else's financial position. That's all. If it's likely that she will get the
Topic: Re: Getting poor advice?
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Burger Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > No it would almost certainly not go 50/50. They do > not have the same housing needs because she has > the children. If there is not enough equity to go > around then the PWC generally gets the most. Where > are they each living now? How many nights/week > does she spend with you? How much
Topic: Getting poor advice?
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Folks, Can I ask a couple of questions on behalf of my partner please? She's been separated for 18 months now and the divorce is stalling on the finances. I think she is getting poor advice (or at least compared to what my solicitor told me when I was divorced a couple of years ago) and before she agrees to something I'd like to just check what the feelings are here. Brief overview then
Topic: Re: Want to see my lad a bit more
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Just wondering if anyone else has a view of this being reasonable?
Topic: Re: Want to see my lad a bit more
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for your advice MacG1 (that just rolls of the tongue!), I like the solution for Christmas, that gives us both a sensible amount of time. cheers Mike
Topic: Re: Want to see my lad a bit more
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Ooops, that was my typo, I do mean every other weekend, I realise that she needs quality time with the little fella too. I do like the week on week off idea, but she'd create hell about that. She's a teacher, so I do appreciate her "built in child care ability" during the holidays, so I do think it might me a bit harder for me to deal with holidays from school than for her.
Topic: Re: Consent Order Advice Please
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
As I understand it, he can go through the CSA after a year of the consent order.
Topic: Want to see my lad a bit more
Written By: mikeh1969 - 6 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Morning folks. My ex and I separated last year and divorced this year. For the last year I have been in a one bedroom flat and have had my son every other weekend. Initially I had him on Saturday and Sunday, taking him home each night, but in the last few months he now stays over. The divorce dealt with the financial side of things, but there was only a "local" agreement on consent.
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