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How long has this lack of contribution been going on for? If it''s recent (started in the last 6 months), then yes you can use it. If she''s been doing it for years then you have accepted it for all that time so why is it suddenly causing you stress all of a sudden?
could you claim it as one of the reasons for unreasonable behaviour in stating that she never contributed to the bills in the FMH with her peanuts of a wage or put any money into the joint account. Which caused me great stress as I was worried about the bills each month.
Why do you want to get her mad? This is counter-productive in a divorce case.
Cause this would really get her mad
That is another matter entirely
Oh and she says I''m not entitles to any of her business even though we set it up together and paid for it from our joint account (re mortgaged for funds) but the shop is only in her name!
She won''t. It would be a waste of her time and money to do that. Nobody but the most unreasonable people in the country ever defends a divorce. It is extremely rare because it''s extremely unlikely to succeed.
I just can''t afford to defend anything if she want to cross the unreasonable behaviour Petition for adultery.