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05 Jun 12 #335120 by ARC1
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Hi there, my soon to be ex wife and i earn similar amount per year (i earn aprox £1000 more than her)we have 2 children both are staying with her in our jointly owned home. how much maintenance should i agree to pay?

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05 Jun 12 #335123 by Forseti
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No spousal maintenance because the incomes are similar and she will receive child support of 20% of your income, child tax credits and child benefit, taking her total disposable income over yours.

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05 Jun 12 #335217 by ARC1
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Thanks for that, its confirmed what i thought.

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