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Topic: Re: Divorcing an alcoholic
Written By: Dennis A - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
On the subject of bills and debt etc you could start a few practical measures if you haven't already done so. If you have a joint bank account consider taking action to try and prevent overdrafts etc acruing against you. Are you still liable for any utilities etc at the home your husband lives in?
Topic: Re: Joint bank account
Written By: Dennis A - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Yes already frozen. It is the interest and charges I am having to pay. If it gets over £900 overdrawn charges are applied. If it stays below it is the interest I have to pay. My ex refuses to contribute. So I have to monitor it ensure I keep it below the £900. I have offered to pay half the overdraft if she pays the other half. This would allow the account to be closed. But she is ignoring my s
Topic: Re: Joint bank account
Written By: Dennis A - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for the advice David and Bubblegum. I will contact my bank next week and follow up your suggestions. Thanks for the confirmation re the utility bill. Reassuring to hear it from another source.
Topic: Re: Joint bank account
Written By: Dennis A - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thanks for the reply. It confirms what I have been told by the bank. I suppose I was hoping that at least something could be done about the charges/interest I have to pay on the overdrawn amount. It does seem unfair where one name on the account refuse to accept responsibility and the other person has to meet the costs. Could this go on for years?
Topic: Re: Joint bank account
Written By: Dennis A - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Bank say account must be in credit to close and her signature and mine are required to close.
Topic: Joint bank account
Written By: Dennis A - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Morning, any advice on following will be gratefully recieved. When my wife and I married she joined my bank account with Lloyds. Late last year as a response to my wife's spendiing leaving the joint account continually overdrawn I stopped using that account. I opened my own account and had my income paid into that new account. I took responsibillity for all household bills. With the exception
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