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We help 50,000 people a year through divorce
Not really divorce (not yet anyway.....) but: My adulterous wife is proposing to move out with our child and rent a place nearby (if we can afford it of course). She proposes that I stay in the house
Does this action have any imlications for future divorce?
I guess not, but does anyone feel that, in principle this is either a good or bad idea?
Will be seeing a lawyer in any case when they re-open...
if it goes as far as divorce is that you will be asked to give your wife her share of the fmh if you remain there. If she remains she can buy you out
Jacko nothing to do with divorce is ever simple i'm afraid,,,,the laws that govern this country are stupid to say the very least. I even know most legal firms have solicitors working there who tell the applicant to go for the jugular!!! It's the take him/her for all he's worth because you're entitled by law,brigade who don't realise or care what suffering they put on folk.
One thing will always remain,as long as folk get divorced there will always be someone there to tell them to go for the jugular and charge the earth for it in the process!!!
Take care all
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