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Topic: Re: Breaching Court Order
Written By: anondivorcee - 23 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Any advice or knowledge will be much appreciated.
Topic: Re: Breaching Court Order
Written By: anondivorcee - 25 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I want to ask if this will be a straightforward case should the breach happen? Which court will it be used to deal with this breaching order? Thank you.
Topic: Re: Breaching Court Order
Written By: anondivorcee - 30 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
David, are you able to give an idea on the below? Or the court order has little power to protect my little one afterall? 1. When do I take action (after my son's place is suspended?) My son cannot go to nursery the next day after the due date. 2. Am I able to recoup the legal costs from him should I have to enforce the court order via court? 3. Would court ask him to disclose his financ
Topic: Re: Breaching Court Order
Written By: anondivorcee - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
The nursery has already got a copy of court order, however, if ex is in breach of order, I have been told this is between me and him. The nursery said that my son cannot go in if they don't get the fee after due date. Ex now is messing about, saying he will confirm on the due date, so this leaves me little time to make alternative arrangement if it happens or take action against him legally now
Topic: Breaching Court Order
Written By: anondivorcee - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi all, divorced in 2016, and it was stated in the Court Order that ex has to pay for our youngest son nursery until he starts primary school but ex contacted nursery to say he is unable to pay in December because he is changing job (yes, not out of job!). Nursery offered him to pay in two instalments but he is looking to suspend our son's place in nursery. He seems breaching court order is no
Topic: Re: Children Arrangement
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you laughingirl, this will make my expectations clear. So if he insists going to Court, we can certainly sort out in our first hearing providing that I don't disagree? It seems I have to go along to what he requests? My husband did not want our second child and he said that after he was born (obviously he won't admit in Court). When my little one was ill at A&E two weeks ago, he did
Topic: Re: Children Arrangement
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My youngest is 2 and we separated this March and he was absent for 5-6 months. I don't have issue for him seeing the children but he was not committed hence the frustration. I am very reluctant to let children to go and stay with him overnight because I know he doesn't even have a bed for them. I thought children welfare comes first and if I'm happy for him to see them every weekend afternoon
Topic: Children Arrangement
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Husband did not see children for several months by his choice, now he applied Children Arrangement via Court claiming I disallowed him so. We agreed at mediation that he should see his children every Sunday afternoon and we spent the summer away with his approval. He missed an appointment in September and he would like to see the children at his convenience which I sometimes cannot meet his req
Topic: Re: Divorce Petition
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you so much David, this is so helpful to know. How would the Court view about his soft loans, or simply see it that he owns the property. We are pretty much equal that I took the proceeds from the sale of family home, he gets the property under his co name and currently living in it. I don't see we don't split 50:50 on the remaining assets? As we said we are more or less the same on ear
Topic: Re: Divorce Petition
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you David. His limited company is set up for this property development and he is currently living in it. Once he has sold it, he will dissipate the proceeds (as he claims that he borrowed soft loans from family) and he will try to claim a larger portion of our remaining assets because he will have no property. Our earnings and pensions are the same level, I had the proceeds from the sale
Topic: Re: Divorce Petition
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Would really appreciate your response...
Topic: Divorce Petition
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Does it matter who to file the divorce petition and with which justification under unreasonable behaviour? Is this just a mean to an end? Also, if my husband has a property under his limited company and he is the sole director. Can I file a claim against it or block the sale to go through until our finance is sorted? We are yet to start the divorce petition but the property is actively be
Topic: Re: Self Representing
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you! His solicitor proposed voluntary Form E to repeat the disclosure exercise but DT said it is pointless to do in previous post. Does it matter who to file the divorce? If not, then he can do that and pay for the cost? I think neither of us are in a hurry to get married again so we didn't think much about the actual divorce process since separated but only children and money!
Topic: Re: Ancillary relief appeal advice needed
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
How much did you spend for the case if reaching all the way to the final hearing? Sorry, I'm about to start the process...
Topic: Re: Self Representing
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Anyone can tell me more...? Much appreciated.
Topic: Re: Self Representing
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Is it right that husband will have to initiate divorce process before he can go for ancillary relief process i.e. Form E and subsequent court hearings? Am I right that I have no choice but to respond via court if he makes the Court application as he does not want to settle between us.
Topic: Re: Self Representing
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi laughingirl, we already sold our family home and at the time husband agreed that I get all the equity (plus taken out own mortgage) to buy my current home with children, otherwise I can't afford to live in same area. We haven't started the actual divorce process, is this important? We still jointly own a piece of land and a strip of land (access right).
Topic: Self Representing
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Husband insists going to Court for financial settlement but I don't have sufficient finances to hire a solicitor to represent me. I am sure that I can complete Form E gathering financial information alone as it is about me. I tried talking to him to settle between ourselves but he believes he will get a better outcome in Court (crazy!). His solicitor suggested voluntary Form E and I asked here
Topic: Re: Form E
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you David! Really appreciate your time to reply my concern. I have not had a reply from husband's solicitor yet but I did say to her that all information was presented in our mediation and my husband supervised our family finances over the years. I asked the solicitor if my husband is sure that he doesn't want to put forward a proposal and enter the negotiation phase right away. However
Topic: Re: Form E
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you again but how about the remaining assets in question from your professional experience? I won't seen as "not cooperating" should I tell his solicitor that I don't want to take part in the voluntary Form E process.
Topic: Re: Form E
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you so much for the reply! So are you saying that the money from our matrimonial home sale will be likely to get excluded from our pot or it will still be taken into the account when splitting the remaining assets? When looking at financial matters, the Court always look at current financial position or at the time of separation? Since separation, we have independent finances (apart from
Topic: Form E
Written By: anondivorcee - 2 years ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, husband and I separated in March earlier this year and attended mediation for months. The mediation document was finalised in September but now husband would like to repeat the disclosure exercise again via voluntary Form E (so soon after!!!) if not threaten to submit an application to Court. Our matrimonial home was sold whilst we separated and he agreed for me (back then) to keep all proc
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