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Topic: Re: Implementing Finance Order before court approval
Written By: Genisis99 - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Thank you, I do find it incredulous that my Solicitor is advising me to sign something that is not legally binding. I am not sure I am getting the best professional advice here. I wonder if they would advise me to sign an employment contract knowing it was not legally binding. They are saying this is typical when a mortgage offer expires?
Topic: Implementing Finance Order before court approval
Written By: Genisis99 - 6 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
My solicitor is suggesting I sign and implement the finance order before it is approved by the courts as it is takes 2-3 months for orders to be approved and my ex who is buying me out mortgage offer is soon to expire. My solicitor has suggested this is normal practice however has indicated this until approved by the court it is not legally binding and the court could question or amend the ord
Topic: Re: Spousal maintenance triggering events
Written By: Genisis99 - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
No paying until education finishes at 18
Topic: Spousal maintenance triggering events
Written By: Genisis99 - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, I am trying to agree the terms on which spousal maintenance would cease. My thoughts are this would be if 1) my ex dies or I die 2) my ex remarries 3 my ex cohabitates with another person greater than 6 months Do these seem typical? I am not sure about cohabitation and any advice given appreciated.
Topic: Re: Pension discounting
Written By: Genisis99 - 10 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
It is a significant sized 5 bedroom house with no mortgage and only one dependent under 18. A significant percentage of house sales proceeds has been offered due to limited mortgage capacity but refuses to entertain the notion of selling due emotional attachment issues to the property. She refuses to discuss further in mediation and not interested in the these points. I fear my only option now
Topic: Pension discounting
Written By: Genisis99 - 10 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I am trying to understand the courts position on pension offsetting and wondering if anyone can advise? I have been to mediation with ex and the mediator has suggested that I keep my pension and ex keeps the house. The house is worth probably worth about the same as my pensions plus a small amount of savings. I really don’t like the idea as I cannot get hold of my pensions for a good 10 year
Topic: Re: Calculating child maintenance when moving abroad
Written By: Genisis99 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Not moving to the North Korea thank god and I am proposing to pay a fair amount that I am currently paying in the UK.
Topic: Re: Pension CEV
Written By: Genisis99 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I had to wait 3 months for mine so it can take this long, especially if you are dealing with the public sector, they are notoriously slow.
Topic: Calculating child maintenance when moving abroad
Written By: Genisis99 - 1 year ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, I am considering taking a new role in the Far East and wondering how child maintenance is calculated? I am currently at the initial stage of divorce and going through first mediation. I am currently paying maintenance based on CMA calculator on my p60 earning for the last tax year. If I enter my Potential new foreign salary at FX spot rates in the CMA calculator i am concerned that the
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