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Topic: Definition of Long/short/med length marriage
Written By: ch - 14 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
HI Could anyone answer the question of what is considered a short, medium length or long marriage Please? And what implications would the length of marriage have on sharing assets? ALSO are pre-marital assets considered the same if accrued prior to the short/medium/long marriage? Would the length of separation count as 'not married' before the divorce is finalised particularly if one
Topic: Re: Ancillary Relief
Written By: ch - 14 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Your story sounds very similar to mine: my solicitor and ex not moving the divorce and financial settlement forward and I am now separated over 4 years, divorced for 14 months and still waiting for a court hearing to settle the finances. Of course in all this time my pension has increased and I now find that my ex-husband wants half of my pension as, it appears, he has not paid into a fund since
Topic: Financial settlement
Written By: ch - 16 days ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
I found out today that the court did not advise me of the ancillary relief hearing and so I missed it: I have lodged a complaint to the court but now am worried that I will not be able to have a more 'informal' hearing and we now move to the Financial Dispute Resolution hearing. I do not have a solicitor: I could no longer afford one and when I did I found that they were costing a lot of money f
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