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15 Nov 07 #6736 by TONYS11
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hello again - i have been seperated from my x for 15 months pending a divorce after 2 years. I am in the fh with my two daughters who live with me 24/7 (age 17 and 14). My ex is cashing in an endownment for £10k. What percentage am I entitled to? Can anybody help

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17 Nov 07 #6892 by DownButNotOut
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To make a claim on the assets held by your ex you need to apply to the court for ancillary relief.

Follow this link to find out how:

www.wikivorce.com/joomla/Step-By-Step-Di...ncillary-Relief.html

This will begin the legal process that will decide how much you should get of combined assets.
(they will not consider just the endowment, they will loook at everything including property, pensions etc)

The assets are divided according to contribution and need and other factors (length of marriage, who looks after the kids).

I think you are saying you were married only 2 years so the kids are yours (not your ex's).

It is impossible to say at the moment how much of the endowment you would get until you provide a lot more financial detail

(take a quick look at the input screen for the Divorce Calculator for an idea of all the things that have to be taken into account).

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