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Topic: Re: Child Support
Written By: wolv3rene - 13 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Is there and age limit this goes to, I am not sure if this is correct but I read somewhere up to 18 or until the end of secondary education whichever is sooner?
Topic: Child Support
Written By: wolv3rene - 14 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Not sure if this can be answered here but I thought I would give it a go. Recently divorced from my cheating thieving ex and after payout after payout I thought I was finally rid of her. History is she now lives in a paid for house with her 70yr old boyfriend, I honestly feel sorry for the guy as she is obviously going to bleed him dry, she is 43, I recently paid her off with half the house
Topic: Re: Financial Papers with errors
Written By: wolv3rene - 26 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Ha ha They sent the right forms back, I signed the agreement and since it's gone back her solicitor wants me to disclose newer bank statements, yet he's fine with hers of course even though they are months out of date, it's hilarious, sometimes I think I'm divorcing her solicitor rather than her.
Topic: Re: Pension CEV
Written By: wolv3rene - 26 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
When I looked into it they said it could take up to 6 weeks so I gave up and asked my work for a annual statement. Sounds like your being delayed.
Topic: Re: Financial Papers with errors
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks Terry I have told her I am not signing it. Her and her solicitor are not to be trusted, she broke the trust barriers long long ago, shes not to be given another chance, I feel sorry for the guy shes with at the moment, poor bloke is going to get fleeced.
Topic: Financial Papers with errors
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Just a quick one. I have received a statement of information for a consent order. All is in agreement however the forms have errors on them, amounts and names of loans. To me a legal document should be correct before signing but my ex's solicitor is saying it's fine and they will change it once they get it, surely this is bad practice, I'm right in not signing aren't I? Happy to sign them
Topic: Re: Financials
Written By: wolv3rene - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
None really, I sometimes wonder why I don't switch but then think I've spent so much time with this one that I might as well continue. Since she's living in a fully paid for house I think she's just being cruel to eat up all the cash I invested in the house so that I can't afford to buy a new place, she just turned bitter after cheating on me I requested a divorce as she wanted to still keep m
Topic: Re: Financials
Written By: wolv3rene - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Further update I was offered 3250 on top of my 50/50 but had to accept within 21 days or the offer would be withdrawn. My solicitor replied to state we would accept but further negotiations would be needed as there was a credit card bill not mentioned so we replied stating this. My wife has now withdrawn and threatening court action because I didn't agree to her terms. Can she really just
Topic: Financials
Written By: wolv3rene - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
About to divorce and settle. Just some advice required on my settlement terms. Been married 20 years Wife cheated on me with another guy, then not happy with that one came back and then we split again when she went off with another guy, shes now living in his house that is paid for. Both mid 40s, 2 kids 1 is 22 and the other 17, the 17 year old lives with mum and the 22 has moved away.
Topic: Re: General Starter Advice Required
Written By: wolv3rene - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Message understood
Topic: Re: General Starter Advice Required
Written By: wolv3rene - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I kind of thought it was needed only for the financial side of things. I plan to do the following. File for Divorce, possibly using a local solicitor to get the ball rolling and fill in the form correctly (Unless this is something you do David for a fee), soon to be ex will agree to divorce as we have already discussed. Pay court fees for divorce with no arguments etc. Let my ex wife go thr
Topic: General Starter Advice Required
Written By: wolv3rene - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Me and my wife are in the early stages of divorce, we have both agreed to do it, however it looks like to proceed we have to go through something called mediation. We were not planning on having any problems because we both want to go our separate ways, we have been separated since Oct 2015 but still living in the same house, doing our own thing and keeping out from under each others toes yet re
Topic: Re: What is the best way.
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks again for your replies, we have decided to use the time during my divorce to get to know each other better and spend the time dating, then when my divorce is through we can both feel comfortable. I can see her point, she feels jealous of my soon to be ex wife because we are still in the same house, and getting close to this new woman will only intensify her feeling for me and make her f
Topic: Re: What is the best way.
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I know what you are saying and we are already falling in love. I know it's sickening to hear but I am extremely romantic with this girl and she has fallen for me too, I even made her some jewellery from a bullet I let her fire and wrote her a follow up love note and she's given me a lock of her hair. I feel like I am living a fairy tale but just wish I wasn't in this situation right now. We
Topic: Re: What is the best way.
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Ok thank you. I see marriage differently to some people and I do uphold the promise I made, however things must end and I must do it the right way. I am lucky that the girl interested in me feels the same way and she is willing to wait and appreciates that most people would try to even the score, however it's just not me and I would worry that if I did that now with her, she may think I wou
Topic: Re: What is the best way.
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I just wanted to ask one more thing. When my divorce is started, when is it classed as ok to begin a new relationship with someone. I know its a personal thing, but I don't want to be classed as an adulterer in my current marriage. Is it as soon as you file for divorce that classes the current marriage as failed, or is it only when the divorce is completed. Just trying to do it the right
Topic: Re: What is the best way.
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I am not planning on cheating on my wife, I thought I made that clear. The idea of cheating in a marriage sickens me, not to mention the thought of what my future partner may think of me for doing so, so I am waiting until I am allowed to be with someone. As for affection, I would cuddle and kiss my wife all the time, try to be nice to her in public only to find she said she didn't want "
Topic: Re: What is the best way.
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks Andyk She has mentioned moving out already, she was never really interested in the house to begin with and was annoyed I bought it. I just didn't want to be renting forever because it's plain stupid. I know I am doing the right thing, the girl I have met has shown me more affection just holding my hand for an hour than my wife did in all those years. Don't get me wrong, my wife is
Topic: What is the best way.
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
2 years ago I found out my wife had cheated on me, I was devastated, however I accepted it. I did initially state we should divorce because of this but later decided to give things one more try. My problem was I forgave her, but could never forget, I was stuck thinking about it all the time. It has now been 2 years since and I feel in order to get on with my life I need to start fresh with a
Topic: Re: Some advice if possible
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I honestly can't see her being able to allege any violence. Surely police reports would have to be filed for anything like that, of which none have because I am not even the type of person to shout in a disagreement. I find violence in a relationship immature and thuggish, something I would refuse to engage in.
Topic: Some advice if possible
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My story is 2 years ago I caught my wife having an affair. She had been using my trust against me, getting me to drop her off at various locations stating "work night" then going off with another guy. I used to trust her 100% now it's pretty much zero. We have been together for over 22 years and married for 18. 2 kids one 19 just going to university and 14yr old. When I found out
Topic: Re: Grounds for divorce?
Written By: wolv3rene - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
A friend of mine had this happen, I work as a techy so I managed to find that this was the case on her phone. Her husband had set up her phone to record remotely all texts, calls even app data. The best thing to do is copy all your numbers and factory erase it, then it will be clear. Then install a password but use a number not a swipe pattern as smartphones can be easily broken into using a
Topic: Staying Secure
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My wife has been unfaithful to me and I immediately wanted a divorce. However she is certainly showing that she is keen to work on things, but I want to make sure my house is safe and we are financially separate from each other should this ever happen again. Is this possible to do while still married or only available to people who get divorced. Any advice welcome.
Topic: Re: Living separate in the same house
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My divorce papers were returned and I was asked to correct some details. I had to put that I found it intolerable to live with my wife, and that they wanted to know in depth how we live separate lives and how we basically ignore and avoid each other, but seriously if you don't totally hate someones guts you cant really do that, and if you did why would you still be living in the same house, wh
Topic: Re: Living separate in the same house
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Not at all, I issued the divorce proceedings within a month of finding out. I certainly want to divorce and start from fresh, I cant stand the fact that she has done this to me, but she is the mother of my children and I still think she is a decent human being, I just no longer wish to be married to someone who broke the trust barrier with me.
Topic: Living separate in the same house
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Do the courts actually check every penny you spend on bills throughout the divorce proceedings? I have been asked in depth how we separate our lives and it seems like you have to literally hate someone by the things they expect you to write if you find it intolerable due to adultery. Yeah I found the whole thing intolerable and I really hate what has happened, but ignoring someone you lived w
Topic: Re: Divorce on the horizon
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Cheers. I have begged her to try again but she just says no, and I have forgiven her. So I have started things running. Thanks for the info, just hope things run smoothly.
Topic: Re: Divorce on the horizon
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
What happens when we get a divorce. If she is happy for me to keep the house is it that simple? Do we just make agreements and stick to them, the kids want to stay with me and I am happy for her to continue funding them without and external intervention, is this also possible. We will end up being like married as looking after the kids are concerned, but Divorced so that I am not tied to her i
Topic: Divorce on the horizon
Written By: wolv3rene - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My wife told me she was being unfaithful to a degree, however I have found out there is more to it. She told me she was unfaithful in the heart, but it turns out after checking up on her that she has been sexual intimate with another man, I have been devastated by this and no longer wish to be married to her. I am totally worried that I am now going to loose my house, my kids and all my hop
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