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Topic: Re: Solicitor acknowledgement
Written By: Outland47 - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Okay thanks. Simply, I need to know, if the Applicant has the legal right to know if I have a Solicitor with me on the day of hearing or not? Why do I need to inform the Applicant of such information. All paperwork is coming directly to me.
Topic: Re: Solicitor acknowledgement
Written By: Outland47 - 4 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
The other party is sending me the copy of documents, so there's no need there. The Applicant would then feel it is necessary to also have a Solicitor, as it stands the Applicant doesn't have one. Could be advantageous to me????
Topic: Solicitor acknowledgement
Written By: Outland47 - 5 weeks ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello all. I am about to sit our another hearing. Through email, the Applicant keeps on wanting to know if I am being represented by/with a Solicitor. I am obliged to tell the Applicant if I have a Solicitor with me, for the court hearing, or can I not bother answering please? Why should the Applicant know?
Topic: Re: Shortfall on Endowment/Property share query.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Sorry but I am still confused. This is all so new to me plus our first court hearing is tomorrow. I still need to know if the share is a bigger % for me, will it mean that I will have to pay a bigger % of the shortfall of the Endowment please? Sorry for my dumbness, but this is all really going right over my head. Apologies.
Topic: Re: Shortfall on Endowment/Property share query.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you for your indepth replies. You are saying it is an asset even though there will be more than likely a shortfall of about £15-20k? Thanks,
Topic: Re: Shortfall on Endowment/Property share query.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you HatMan, but I am still confused.... sorry. Basically the question is if I get more of a share of the property's price, will I have to pay that much more on the Endowment shortfall payment please? Thanks, in advance.
Topic: Shortfall on Endowment/Property share query.
Written By: Outland47 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hello all. I am new here. I am going through the financial settlement part of the divorce and would like to know the following. I am at the family home with my two daughters as the Wife left home. The Mother does not see her children. I would like more than 50% of the property when the youngest turns 18. We have an endowment that will have a shortfall on maturity. Please can someon
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