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Topic: Marriage After Decree Absolute - Before Financial Agreement
Written By: german8927 - 5 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, I was told it's ok to get married again once the decree absolute has been granted along with papers. But if one gets married prior to financial agreements one may be at a disadvantage. Also does anyone know the avg time between application for decree absolute and it actually being granted?
Topic: Re: Financial Disclosure (Why Statements are Needed?)
Written By: german8927 - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for your time in responding. Is the spouse able to see the documents too? Is it acceptable for them to view line by line transaction with other intentions such as seeing what type of personal expenditures are being made as opposed to unusual withdrawals? And by "unusual" I am assuming that to mean withdrawals that could be viewed as hiding money.
Topic: Re: Financial Disclosure (Why Statements are Needed?)
Written By: german8927 - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
The other party is fully aware there's only one source of income. Also they're proposing to have things settled outside of court. If the other party, in their mind doesn't like the way spending is being done and can't it cause them to not want to settle fairly? If when combined together, the split is 60/40 as far as income is concerned, doesn't it make sense that this be the ratio to cover
Topic: Financial Disclosure (Why Statements are Needed?)
Written By: german8927 - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
While I do understand that full disclosure should be given so that a comprehensive understanding of financial conditions is achieved, I do not understand why bank statements need to be supplied. Why is it not sufficient to produce payslips or a letter from your employer stating annual salary along with what percentage bonus might be expected? If the idea is to figure out how payments and
Topic: Re: Separated and Receiving Unsolicited Bills
Written By: german8927 - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for responding. I am outside of the UK.
Topic: Separated and Receiving Unsolicited Bills
Written By: german8927 - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I moved out of the house 6 months ago. I paid and continue to pay the utility bills, mortgage (1/2), school fees (1/2), car maintenance, licensing etc. I also voluntary decided to provide monetary assistance biweekly. She has a relatively good paying job earning over 100,000 a year. I am starting to receive bills and being told they must be paid. In particular there are bills for the kids'
Topic: Re: Frustrated - Second Opinion Please
Written By: german8927 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks
Topic: Re: Frustrated - Second Opinion Please
Written By: german8927 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks. Yes I realize it's more UK based. Though the laws seem to be quite similar. I was more interested in a general point of view. I will rely foremost on the legal person hired. Just wanted to hear another opinion. Thanks again.
Topic: Frustrated - Second Opinion Please
Written By: german8927 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, I would like to get a divorce from my wife. I've hired a lawyer but I wouldn't mind second opinions/views. I am outside the UK but in a country where the law does follow the UK to a large extent. History: We've been together over 20 years. The cart was put before the horse in that the relationship was established without there being an initial friendship. I thought if a person wants
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