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Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
rileynaomi12 i've reported you for spamming - irrelevant to the topic
Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
HatMan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You keep talking about how she has paid for > everything - that does not matter - I will give > you a couple of examples of 'unreasonable > behaviour' but as I say almost anything can be > deemed unreasonable in certain circumstances - > > Belittling and demeaning actions in public > > E
Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
For instance, a financial forensic would show that she has been paying the mortgage, paying the vet bills, paying half of his parents mortgage for them, paying for his car, paying for all the little luxuries that he has in life. He has by no means been struggling for money or had a hard 20 years. The only thing he has paid for from his own stash is the Sky tv which is 30 pounds a month.
Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
HatMan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You are missing the point - Unreasonable behaviour > can be almost anything, whether you or I think it > really is or not - If he wants a divorce now he > will get one and there is nothing at all that you > or your mother can do about it, in fact your > comment that your mother has 'allowed' certain
Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
As for remortgaging the house, he doesn't want the house, has already said multiple times that she can have it. that is not a problem.
Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I don't understand control via money. Nothing has changed finances wise, they have always had separate money, he makes some money working his dream job (a little less than a standard UK wage because he was overpaid by mistake a few months ago, and didn't declare it thinking he could steal the money, and so now they are taking the money back by docking his pay check) which pays for trivial things
Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I am aware of the 50/50 split, that is why i was asking about dragging the divorce out for as long as possible. As for unreasonable behaviour, we spoke to a solicitor about him leaving the house; while he does have the right to live in the house we were told that any judge wouldn't make a deal about asking him to leave the house and is in fact quite common that that happens. As for unreasonabl
Topic: Re: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Just to clear things up, when we look at the timeline of things, he was sleeping with this woman for about a month before he told my mum that he wants a divorce. That was nearly 9 months ago, we found out last week about the relationship that he had been lying about to literally everyone he came in contact with.
Topic: Divorce advice
Written By: mpen - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, My stepdad told my mum in the winter that he wants a divorce, they came to an agreement on how to split things up evenly. Over the past week we have learned that he was sleeping with another woman that we know quite well, the husband of the woman in question is one of our close friends that we have both worked with. I won't get in to the nitty gritty details of it but let me just tell you
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