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Topic: Re: Divorce Settlement if Living in a house with My Mother
Written By: abayaz - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
You can do what you like mate... but you're wasting your time because the truth is that I couldn't possibly care any less about what you think. I'm just asking for advice from those willing to give it. Thanks Willapp! Any other helpful advice is welcome
Topic: Re: Divorce Settlement if Living in a house with My Mother
Written By: abayaz - 9 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Please refrain from judging guys. To be honest I can't go into the details of why I'm getting married and why I have these concerns. I was purely asking for unprofessional legal advice... if anyone is willing to provide it, thank you.
Topic: Divorce Settlement if Living in a house with My Mother
Written By: abayaz - 10 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
Hi, I'm getting married to a girl later this year. I'm currently buying a house for me and my mother. My fiancee has nothing to do with this purchase - she is not contributing any cash or financing/mortgage to this purchase. The house would be completely in my name. After I am married, I am planning to live with my wife in one of the floors of the house, effectively splitting the hous
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