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Topic: Re: Cohabitation scenario NOT covered by the consent order
Written By: BW - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for the answer - appreciated. She may claim that he is just a friend who had invested in the house and now lives in it. I have that problem now and would expect the same in 12 months and longer. So, if I can't "prove" they are a couple now, or in future, I was wondering if the fact that they co-own a property was a strong signal and, if that was the case, wouldn't that be a stron
Topic: Cohabitation scenario NOT covered by the consent order
Written By: BW - 4 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I can't find a match for my circumstances and would appreciate some perspective. Recently divorced. My ex-wife received the majority of the house and I was bought out by a "mystery buyer". The children live with me but I have to pay significant spousal maintenance as my ex chooses not to work and I have a solid income. Turns out that the "mystery buyer" was the man who had bee
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