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Topic: Re: Divorce ahead advice please.
Written By: rickvw - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
i see what you are saying BUT you're missing the point of all she wants is her half of the equity and a few bits out of the house, she isn't touching my pension or my vw camper which itself is worth over 20k i have to give her 55k total and i get left alone, as it stands right now she moved out today into a rented property which i paid the deposit on but am not a garantor of in any way, she asked
Topic: Re: Divorce ahead advice please.
Written By: rickvw - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
bit of an update if anyone's interested. my wife has confirmed all she wants is her half of the equity in the house after the mortgage is "paid off" and she will be happy at that, we had the house valued and doing the maths there's 110k equity so she wants 55k, my bank won't lend me that much on top of what i already owe but i'm hoping a broker i've been in touch with will sort it, the
Topic: Re: Divorce ahead advice please.
Written By: rickvw - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
oh yes for sure i will get a solicitor, i'm just hoping to agree it all amongst ourselves rather than the solicitor telling us..... no idea what a consent order is sorry, all the mates i speak to say i need to get a "clean break" whatever that is.
Topic: Re: Divorce ahead advice please.
Written By: rickvw - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
i've still not recieved anything from my wife's solicitor yet so i'm in limbo bar online advice until i'm 100% sure what's happening, bear in mind we've been here before so i'm not getting too involved until it's in writing. She has confirmed to me again that all she wants is her share of the equity and her belongings to go, i've told her to get 3 valuations on the house by telling the estate age
Topic: Re: Divorce ahead advice please.
Written By: rickvw - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
HatMan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A lot will depend on your respective earning > potential and ability to rehouse etc please elaborate? as i say she told me via text she has instructed her solicitor she just wants her stuff and share. if 50% is her share after 11 years regardless then i'm happy as she doesn't want my pension/vehicle. i'm fair
Topic: Re: Divorce ahead advice please.
Written By: rickvw - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
don't get the post wrong, i'm not trying to rip her off, to be fair her saying she doesn't want my vehicle or pension is a good thing and makes me want to act fast as i'm sure she could get loads more if she fought long term but i think she just wants out... i'm just looking at ways to respond without letting a solicitor rip me off, in theory if she has said she just wants her stuff and share can
Topic: Divorce ahead advice please.
Written By: rickvw - 3 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello, this is all a bit modern isn't it? forums for divorce! anyway, my wife and i have always had a on off relationship, she's left a few times and come back but we've always sorted it, always due to stupid stuff no affairs or violence, we're just polar opposites on everything and the older we got the less we compromise. Anyway things have gone downhill rapidly over the last year or more and s
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