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Topic: Re: A question about "Statement of information for a consent order in relation to a financial remedy", section 7 "Capital"
Written By: Jerry - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks David. any savings are negligible, small enough for me not waste any time worrying about the possibility of the worst case scenario of me losing them all in any judgement. That will remain the case, savings will remain negligible in the future. My wife and I both have small pensions, I'm already resigned to the fact that I may lose some of mine in any settlement. I won't win the lottery as
Topic: Re: A question about "Statement of information for a consent order in relation to a financial remedy", section 7 "Capital"
Written By: Jerry - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks David and I appreciate your point and I've been long aware of it thanks to you and your forum. However, there are reasons why I feel it may not be as clear cut as that in my specific case. In the event that initiating a divorce prompts my wife to change her mind about the 50/50 split that she suggested and ask for more, which may or may not happen: Firstly re Hatman's comment &quo
Topic: Re: A question about "Statement of information for a consent order in relation to a financial remedy", section 7 "Capital"
Written By: Jerry - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
She's been reasonable so far, I hope that stays the case once we go through the divorce process. We live in different areas of the country now, with a big difference in house prices between the two areas, which explains the part that didn't quite make sense to you.
Topic: Re: A question about "Statement of information for a consent order in relation to a financial remedy", section 7 "Capital"
Written By: Jerry - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks Hatman. Re "There is no difference in the potential for losing cash whether it's liquid or in the form of property"... I thought that if the housing needs of all parties have been met it would make some difference, would make it less likely for that arrangement to be reversed or tampered with once the properties have been bought and the housing needs clearly well met? am I wrong
Topic: Re: A question about "Statement of information for a consent order in relation to a financial remedy", section 7 "Capital"
Written By: Jerry - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for your reply David. We've already sold our house, divided the equity, and lived separately for over a year. With her half of the equity my wife bought a house outright, mortgage free, which her and my daughters now live in. After buying the house she also has a sum of cash left over. With my half of the equity I'm in the process of buying the flat mentioned above, to live in as my ho
Topic: A question about "Statement of information for a consent order in relation to a financial remedy", section 7 "Capital"
Written By: Jerry - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Regarding "Statement of information for a consent order in relation to a financial remedy", section 7 "Capital", part d "Liabilities (excluding mortgages deducted at a.) e.g. loans and overdrafts", if I write in that section "An outstanding loan made by my brother to me, for £40,000, secured by a first charge on the property at the Land Registry for the amount
Topic: Re: A couple of questions
Written By: Jerry - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you very much David.
Topic: A couple of questions
Written By: Jerry - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I have a couple of questions, any responses will be appreciated. If a married couple separate, selling the house and dividing the equity to each buy a new property, with the husband paying child maintenance, but for whatever reason don't get around to divorcing until years later, then at some point in the future the wife makes a successful claim for spousal maintenance, can it be backdated or
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