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Topic: Re: Capitalisation of periodical payments
Written By: deltafox - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi davidterry, thanks for your quick response. I understand that and I would need a Section 28 bar in any order that was written Say the actuarial value came out at £70k, could I force my ex to accept this or is it at his discretion whether to accept it or not? Thanks, DF
Topic: Capitalisation of periodical payments
Written By: deltafox - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, I pay £1000 per month periodical payments which is payable for the next 9 years, until my ex is 60 by which time I will be 65. Can I force this to be capitalised and if so what would be a realistic lump sum payment? Do duxbury tables account for this or do they assume until death? I am very keen to pay my ex off as neither party can really move on and I feel it is like a millstone ar
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