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Topic: Re: Application for decree nisi
Written By: John86 - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi David, thanks for your reply. It has been over 6 months now. Thank you
Topic: Application for decree nisi
Written By: John86 - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
What happens if the petitioner doesn't send the application for a decree nisi? Can the respondent take action against the petitioner if left at that stage?
Topic: Will X's new baby be considered at hearing
Written By: John86 - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Very short marriage. Childless marriage. I earn far more than she does and have paid off a lot of the marital debt and mortgage. She has a baby with the fella she left me for. I'm not sure whether she is still with this new fella or not but I'm assuming he supports the kid. she isn't living with the fella, she is living with her baby at her parents house. Even if the baby isn't mine, will the j
Topic: Re: Arbitration or court?
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
She isn't living with him as both live with their own parents. I know that makes a difference. Yeah
Topic: Arbitration or court?
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
We started our relationship in January 2010  We bought jointly owned home in January 2012  We got engaged in January 2014  We got married in January 2015 She had short affair March 2015 and still with him now We separated in March 2015  I petitioned for divorce in January 2016 We tried mediation but I refused to go back January 2017 We tried solicitors but we aren't agreeing on anythi
Topic: Re: Marital debt on our credit cards
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
It's going to court by the looks of things.
Topic: Re: Marital debt on our credit cards
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Cheers fellas! I divorced her for adultery. Could I claim the legal costs from her?
Topic: Re: Marital debt on our credit cards
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
*definitive
Topic: Re: Marital debt on our credit cards
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
HatMan I appreciate your advice. I think i will remain single for the rest of my life . So to be completely clear (I know theres never a definite answer when it comes to the law) I CANNOT claim for the marital debt (spent on wedding) I paid off during separation period? But she could be entitled to more because she spends a lot on herself? cheers
Topic: Re: Marital debt on our credit cards
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
thanks for the reply Terry We started our relationship in January 2010 We got engaged in January 2014 We got married in January 2015 We separated in March 2015 We bought jointly owned home in January 2012 She earns £30kpa I earn £80kpa She has one child I have no children She lives with parents I live in marital home I've paid off a lot of marital debt £50k (wedding, loans, home
Topic: Re: Ex possibly hiding money
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Cheers Terry
Topic: Marital debt on our credit cards
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Example situation: Married in January 2015 Separated in March 2015 Marital debt on her credit card: £50k (amount at separation) Marital debt on my credit card: £50k (amount at separation) Equity in joint home: £200k Scenario: Me: Paid off £50k during separation period, balance is now £0.00. (Credit card balance now £0.00) Ex: Paid £25k during separation period but has spent £
Topic: Ex possibly hiding money
Written By: John86 - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My ex and I still have a joint bank account that she uses as her main bank account (wages, bills etc.) so I can see all her transactions. I have noticed she is paying less towards her debt and withdrawing cash quite regularly (averaging £1k a month). I have suspicion she is planning on giving the money to her parents until the divorce has blown over. Is there anything I can do about this?
Topic: Re: Voluntary financial disclosure
Written By: John86 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
oh and we are both in our early 30s.
Topic: Re: Scared of ex husband. Where do i stand?
Written By: John86 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
was he like this before you got married and had a child with him? if you are scared he is going to harm you or your kid then you need to go to the police not a divorce forum. why are you letting him care for you kid if he is abusive and a drug taker? you should be worrying about your kid more than your divorce imo. if he is as bad as you are making out then you need to go through a contact centre
Topic: Voluntary financial disclosure
Written By: John86 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
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Topic: Re: Inaccurate financial disclosure
Written By: John86 - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Out of curiosity, is this voluntry financial disclosure?
Topic: Re: Cheating wife trying to rob me
Written By: John86 - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
cheers for your reply davidterry. It is jointly owned. you said she is justified to ask for half, so even though it was a very short marriage and she prettty much didn't put anything in financially? cheers
Topic: Re: Cheating wife trying to rob me
Written By: John86 - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I'm worried because she is living with parents with her kid and she's not with her fella anymore. . It's definitely not mine we didn't have sex for months before we broke up. That's the last thing I need is csa payments. We used her money for socialising and food shopping because she didn't get paid enough. So really she's entitled to nothing... since buying the house it's gone up 50% in value.
Topic: Cheating wife trying to rob me
Written By: John86 - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
me and my wife were married for less than a year and she decided to have an affair with a co-worker. Two weeks into the affair, she told me everything. She told me I could have everything at the time and promised she wouldn’t go to a solicitor. One month later I found out she was a few weeks pregnant with his baby. she still agreed to not go through solicitors and wanted to try and be amicable
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