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Topic: Re: Consent order help needed
Written By: fractal - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi Maddie, I never said it was relevant, I only actually mentioned it whilst saying that I do still care what happens to her and that I'm trying to do the right thing e.g. give her money etc. but she is refusing any money or share of the house etc. Thanks again for all the help.
Topic: Re: Consent order help needed
Written By: fractal - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I'll try to offer her some money but I wouldn't want it back as even though she has and is commiting adultery, I still care about what happens to both her and my stepson. Please know that although I've been asking about not giving her money that I have offered and want to do the right thing by her. Thanks for the help guys
Topic: Re: Consent order help needed
Written By: fractal - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I agree and have tried to explain that she can have some money etc. but she says that she won't accept anything as I according to her have already done enough in taking care of her and my stepson, helping to support her family and paying for visas etc. So she won't accept anything even though I'm willing to give and I want this settled once and for all so where do we go from here as I don't wa
Topic: Re: Consent order help needed
Written By: fractal - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Our Stepson has lived with us and has been supported by us during our 4 years his biological father has not contributed and he will be aged 6 by the time the divorce comes through. I earn approx 23000 and her declared income for last year was around 7000. As stated earlier she has not contributed finanticially to any household bills shopping etc. The one exception is she has contributed to chi
Topic: Re: Consent order help needed
Written By: fractal - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
We've been married for 4 years. Her assets are non existent. She hasnt contributed anything financially to the household expenses or assets. She works but her declared income is very low. I can show and she would also state in front of a judge that she has sent most of her income to supoort her family who live in another country. She is in this country on a spousal visa and so might not even stil
Topic: Consent order help needed
Written By: fractal - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi guys, I am about to file for divorce but have a question regarding the consent order which I will file as soon as the Nisi comes through. My soon to be Ex wife has said that she doesn't want a share of any of my assets or any maintenance e.g. No share of my house, no share of my pension, no maintenance for her or for my Stepson. She has said that she will sign the consent order and I bel
Topic: Divorce with house settled privately - help
Written By: fractal - 4 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi Guys, Me and my Ex got divorced in 2010. She couldn't afford to stay in the house as she couldn't afford the mortgage and she wanted to move to Spain anyway. So I agreed to try to buy her out and we went to our mortgage provider to discuss the options. She signed something with them to say that she was happy to sell me her share of the property and I was advised that I would have to apply f
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