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Topic: Re: Property purchase
Written By: metal - 5 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Ok thanks, got it
Topic: Re: Property purchase
Written By: metal - 5 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks Andy. Just one last thing - is the initial deposit paid by any party during the purchase taken off from the value of the house or is that also split?
Topic: Re: Property purchase
Written By: metal - 5 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
david, thanks for a quick response. yes I am married now, but I am not familiar with how properties is dealt with in the event of a divorce. On the other hand, if the marriage lasts a year or longer the practical difference between the two situations is likely to be negligible. Should I interpret this as - If the marriage lasts longer than a year then my spouse will always have a clai
Topic: Property purchase
Written By: metal - 5 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi all, I am a first time buyer and looking to purchase my first property. I am married (after a previous divorce) and earn significantly more than my spouse. My spouse has only started working full time 5 months back, so doesnt have significant savings yet. The deposit will be ­base­d on all my savings and mortgage will be basd on my finances. Now, just to protect myself in future
Topic: Re: Divorce - ILR visa issue -false domestic violence charge
Written By: metal - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Andyk - Thanks. davidterry - She is going to our home country in two weeks, and I was exploring the option of cancelling her visa while shebeing out of the country. Hence my query regarding what happens if she decides to defend when being out of the country. How does this work logistically ? To resolve peacefully, I do have an option of giving her the ILR and then filing for divorce, though
Topic: Re: Divorce - ILR visa issue -false domestic violence charge
Written By: metal - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for the replies so far... If I cancel her visa whilst both being out of the country, then she wont be able to return back. I plan to then return back to the UK and file for a divorce based on unreasonable behaviour. If she decides to defend, does anyone know how that would work given that she isnt in the country ? I understand that I can file for divorce even when the respondent i
Topic: Divorce - ILR visa issue -false domestic violence charge
Written By: metal - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, I have just come across this great forum and hope to get some valuable advice. Currently I have been married for 2 years with my wife and we both are non UK nationals but residing in UK for over 5 years. I am already on Indefinite Leave to Remain while my wife is on my dependent visa. We are having a difficult relationship which has broken down due to differences and I want a divorce
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