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Topic: Contracting out & court dates
Written By: bengalgirl - 21 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi - just a couple of questions that I hope someone can give me answers to. 1. Regarding pensions that have been contracted out. I really can't understand this system and it seems these pensions cannot be taken into consideration in a divorce settlement. This seems so unfair. Is this really how it works as it seems it's just a way that my husband has cushioned himself when he was able to? 2
Topic: Re: Offer of settlement
Written By: bengalgirl - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you David, however I don't intend agreeing to any settlement he proposes without him disclosing the six policies he has not disclosed!
Topic: Re: Offer of settlement
Written By: bengalgirl - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I would also like to hear an answer to this. I have just declined and offer - didn't give a reason, and didn't give a counter offer.
Topic: Re: Qestionnaire requesting further information
Written By: bengalgirl - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I raised questions about ALL my ex's lies and undisclosed income, policies and valuations. I have supporting evidence of each item and think it imperative that all is fully disclosed to come to the right settlement. I've got to that point myself, received his questionnaire, sent mine and waiting for his answers which I know he won't be able to answer, hence a settlement offer I received from hi
Topic: Re: MY STORY, PLEASE READ ON...DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM, DO NOT LISTEN TO PEOPLE HERE. IT'S REAL
Written By: bengalgirl - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Oh for heaven sake, why do we have to repeatedly be subjected by this drivel. Every day I look at this excellent forum and the last think I want is my husband back! Perhaps David could delete the forum member/s who subject us to such quackery. Great forum, great advice. Thank you!
Topic: Re: Transferring finance in bank
Written By: bengalgirl - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I would also be interested to know the answer to this question! Has anyone got the answer??
Topic: Re: Keeping my home to live in after divorce
Written By: bengalgirl - 10 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you Molly x
Topic: Re: Keeping my home to live in after divorce
Written By: bengalgirl - 10 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
That isn't a problem as he has a place to live where he is very happy. I only thought of this arrangement this morning and it would be the perfect solution for me. I just wanted to know if this might be an arrangement that the court would agree to considering that our individual assets calculate to around the same amount.
Topic: Keeping my home to live in after divorce
Written By: bengalgirl - 10 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello, I hope you can help me with this. I am in the process of getting a divorce with two years separation. We've been married for 25 years have no children and no mortgage. Each of us have assets that probably amount to about the same. I am 65 and he is 58. Under no circumstances do I want to leave my home (joint ownership), and the very thought of it is making me ill. With this in mind is
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