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Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: Mike78 - 7 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi bubblegum, How come to delay the financial settlement results him not to get any financial benefits ?
Topic: Re: Certificate of Entitlement to a Decree
Written By: Mike78 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Many thanks for your response. Just to clarify, I have to pay the court fees only or the lawyer charges as well which my partner had spent ? Any idea how much these charges would be roughly, please ? under 1000£ ? Can i oppose these costs ? Thanks in Ton !
Topic: Certificate of Entitlement to a Decree
Written By: Mike78 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I got a letter today stating the below. respondent is myself. =============================== Certificate of Entitlement to a Decree The court certifies that the petitoner has sufficently proved the contents of the petition and is entitled to a decree of divorce on the grounds that the marriage has irretrievably broken down, the facts found proved being the respondeent's unr
Topic: Wife got extra marital affairs, husband want divorce
Written By: Mike78 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I am married for almost 10 years and now from the last 2 years there has been lot of stress going on between me and my wife. She also got extra marital affairs, which would be hard to prove in court. What will happen to financial settlement if I apply for the divorce in terms of financial settlement. 1. Before marriage, I have 1 house in my country on my name. 2. After marriage my wife
Topic: Re: UK citizen marrying Indian - divorce and assets
Written By: Mike78 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi davidterry, Do you mean he can't even sell the property/ assets or gift to parents. Considering the fact that parents may alos helped with deposit. Regards Mike
Topic: Re: Contact with people going through the same thing
Written By: Mike78 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I am happy to have chat with you . Thanks
Topic: Re: Advice please
Written By: Mike78 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Many thanks for your reply. Do you mean the properties also get 50/50 which is solely on her name and bought after the marriage ? How about the assert which I bought before marriage . Is that also comes for split ? Many thanks.
Topic: Re: Solicitors fees.
Written By: Mike78 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi David, I got a divorce petition and in part 10 Section 3. it states that That the petitioner may be granted the financial orders(): 1. an order for maintaince pending suit/outcome 2. periodical payments 3. secured provision order 4. lump sum order. 5. property adjustment order. I Do not want to divorce my wife. and filled the reply of divorce petition. Are you saying i should no
Topic: Advice please
Written By: Mike78 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, I have been married for 8 years. Till this time what ever i have earned i bought various properties approx 400K overseas on my wifes name. we got a house in UK on joint name. we got a child as well. she applied for divorce petition in the court. can someone please help me : 1. what will happen if i say no (means do not want to divorce my wife) to this divorce. 2. In case divorce happe
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