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Topic: Re: Wife does not communicate directly during divorce and her solicitor sent injunction warning
Written By: david_m - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
>> Would it be cheaper for you to live elsewhere? Do you think she would want to move back in and does she have the money to pay the mortgage if she does? I can certainly find a cheaper place to live. None of us can pay the mortgage alone, she is well aware of this, and is using this as a weapon to put financial pressure on me. I do agree with you that it is a bad idea to pay for rent an
Topic: Re: Wife does not communicate directly during divorce and her solicitor sent injunction warning
Written By: david_m - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
>> Well...if she wants the house she will have to buy you out won't she! I know this sounds surreal, but she wants 100% of it, for free. This is their first and only offer that they made 2 months ago. I know their offer is ridiculous, but, correct me if I'm wrong, even if their offer is crazy, when they do not negotiate I have to take them to the court. We barely have any assets which
Topic: Re: Wife does not communicate directly during divorce and her solicitor sent injunction warning
Written By: david_m - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
>> Get your solicitor to write a letter making it clear that you will seek a financial settlement that reflects the fact she is not contributing to the mortgage and that you will not be responsible for any debts she incurs. I do not know if my lawyer is extremely conservative, or that she is completely right about this: She told me on day one that whoever who lives in the house pay the f
Topic: Re: Wife does not communicate directly during divorce and her solicitor sent injunction warning
Written By: david_m - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
>> NO - If the mortgage is in your/joint names, you are liable for it whether you are living in it or not. Yes, I understand that. At the moment my wife is not contributing a penny to the mortgage, because I live in the house. The question was, if I opt to move out, can I at least ask her to contribute 50% of the mortgage? Or, hopefully, she would move in and pay 100% of it. That way sh
Topic: Re: Wife does not communicate directly during divorce and her solicitor sent injunction warning
Written By: david_m - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you very much for your advice, David. >> In general that is to be encouraged not discouraged. Unfortunately, her lawyer has demonstrated to not be ethical at all. They filed the petition without letting me know, without sending me a copy of the petition statement. They had the intention of psychologically shocking me. It is evident that is it in their agenda to cut the contac
Topic: Re: Wife does not communicate directly during divorce and her solicitor sent injunction warning
Written By: david_m - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you Bubblegum. Communicating through her solicitor is one thing, them not responding to my messages through my solicitor is another. Unfortunately, it seems like they are using this approach to put me under psychological and financial pressure, and that this seems to be working well for them. How can the legal system allow writing to her with the content which is obviously free of any
Topic: Wife does not communicate directly during divorce and her solicitor sent injunction warning
Written By: david_m - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
It has been over 3 months since she filed divorce without any warning. When I found out about the divorce, I tried to contact her. Immediately, on the same day that I contacted her, I received an injunction warning letter from her solicitor. This was as if they were waiting for me to contact her, so that they can send me the warning letter. Is this something common that solicitors do? The inju
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