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Topic: Ex wanting to revise order
Written By: purplehayes - 7 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I have received a letter from my ex stating that she intends to take me back to court if i do not agree to increase the existing order. The original order was a term order effectively split 40% spousal and then 20% per child of which I have 3 until they leave secondary education. Her timing is drawn around my first born now being at university. As an aside I now provide him with a weekly allowan
Topic: Re: Ex looking to revise order
Written By: purplehayes - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you very much for the response David. I have a term order (divorce May 2013) (wifes age at divorce was 38) and have 3 children (18,16,12) of which each specifically allocated £1,500 per month plus spousal maintenance. I will absolutely contribute to my kids further education and my son is happy to obtain the relative loans for the course and accommodation, it just seems unreasonable tha
Topic: Ex looking to revise order
Written By: purplehayes - 7 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
HI and hope someone can help. My existing order states that I make payments on behalf of my children (I have 3) until they turn 18 or finish secondary education. My eldest finishes her A levels this summer. I have received a letter from my ex's solicitor advising that I should be aware that the court will "obviously" extend this as my daughter is hopefully heading to university in Sept
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