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Topic: Re: Rough idea of how this will end?
Written By: 2dogs. - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for your responses. I am beginning to see how this can pan out. My OH says he wants to avoid mediation and hefty legal fees hence my initial questions here to give me a start before I pay for some further advice. Maybe I am wrong to assume that as teenagers my children are capable of making up their own minds about where they would prefer to mainly live. They have expressed their wishes
Topic: Re: Rough idea of how this will end?
Written By: 2dogs. - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you all . This is all very interesting but at the same time confusing. All very new to me yet . We are both mid forties. If he wished he could get back into his career at slightly less than similar salary to me and earn his own pension for next 20 years. He has no intention though. I would be interested to know your views on house equity split if I try to raise funds to keep the family h
Topic: Re: Rough idea of how this will end?
Written By: 2dogs. - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks Puma. So if the pension is shared on retirement ( because there is simply not enough money to share it's worth now) what split would I need to consider then? Surely me and the children shouldn't have to settle for less than we need just because their dad chooses not to earn his own living. If the split of assets is 50:50 and I need to buy him out then he gets to leave with enough to buy
Topic: Re: Rough idea of how this will end?
Written By: 2dogs. - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
That's reassuring. Thank you. If I am not in a position to buy him out just now, are there other options if he isn't working and won't rent? Or if I do risk remortgaging what percentage split would be reasonable. He's asking for half of everything plus a third of my pension? Thanks
Topic: Re: Rough idea of how this will end?
Written By: 2dogs. - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
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Topic: Rough idea of how this will end?
Written By: 2dogs. - 5 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello, than you for adding me to the forum. I am in desperate need of some opinions here After 17 years married and 10 Cohab my husband wants us to split. 3 teenaged children. All want to live with me and stay in family home. We have 4 bed house. Still £70k mortgage. Worth £220k. No significant assets just cars and small savings. My worry is, I work full time £28 k. Have final salary pens
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