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02 Dec 07 #8267 by Martin99
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My wife walked out on our 23 -year -marriage and went to live in a friend's house. I remain in the FMH. She wants a divorce and 50% of everything. If I allow this I will have to sell my home which I am reluctant to do. She has a new partner (whom she was seeing behind my back for over a year) who is also going through a divorce. Her partner is a very wealthy man (property-developing millionaire) and is obviously advising her. She is pretending to be all alone with a part-time income and has been allowed legal aid by a local solicitor. I have recently found out that he has also moved in to the same house as her. The friend whose house it is has even registered my wife and her new partner on the electoral role as living at this address. My question is; Surely she can no longer be eligible for legal aid as she is co-habiting and would this situation (if I can prove my facts to a court) make any difference in respect of ancillary relief ?


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Martin

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