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Topic: Re: Is my house safe?
Written By: jim rogers - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Ok, As stated earlier, I pay the mortgage and all the other household bills. My girlfriend just pays for the food shopping. However, we have both paid for some home improvements (to my house) using a "joint" bank account which we both contribute into. How could this affect things in the future?
Topic: Re: Is my house safe?
Written By: jim rogers - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Ok, thanks, I never knew that just getting engaged would have made any difference legally.
Topic: Re: Is my house safe?
Written By: jim rogers - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Ok, thanks. Would the act of getting engaged but not actually married put me at any more risk? Are pre-nuptial agreements any safeguard?
Topic: Is my house safe?
Written By: jim rogers - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I got married in 2001. In August 2015 my wife walked out of the marital home leaving our 14 year old daughter living with me. She moved in with another man. I started divorce proceedings and the divorce was finalised in July 2016. Part of the divorce was that I had to pay her almost half the equity in our house. This meant I had to take out another mortgage. The house is solely in my nam
Topic: Re: I thought consent orders meant no more money?
Written By: jim rogers - 11 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Divorce all done and dusted now along with the financial settlement. However, my ex-wife still has control of our daughters Halifax savings account. My ex-wife took money from my daughters Barclays current account earlier this year, I only found out about it when she handed control over to me. She claims to have paid it back but there are no corresponding deposits showing on any of the stateme
Topic: I thought consent orders meant no more money?
Written By: jim rogers - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I have recently divorced my wife. We are currently sorting out finances. I have made my ex-wife an offer for her share of the equity in our house. Although the offer was slightly less than half the market value, she accepted the offer and is keen to get the money. I offered a bit less as I will be looking after our 14 year old daughter from now on. I have the consent order ready to
Topic: What should I do?
Written By: jim rogers - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My wife of 15 years left me last September and left our 14 year old autistic daughter with me. She moved in with her new boyfriendin a place locally. She comes back to the house most days to take our daughter to school, cleans the house on certain days and pick our daughter up from school and give her tea. She leaves the house when I get home after work. I have started divorce proceedings and
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