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Living together until consent in place

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25 May 12 #333013 by Hildadee
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Is it allow ? For a divorcing couple live in family home until the finances are sorted out with a Consent Order ?

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26 May 12 #333052 by WhiteRose
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Hi Hildadee & welcome to Wiki!

Not only is it allowed, we promote and recommend it!

Me & my ex did it and had ground rules, its not ideal or pleasant perhaps. Both parties should be entitled to stay in their home, although each may feel they want the other to move out :unsure:.

We don''t recommend anyone stay where Domestic Violence occurs.

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26 May 12 #333056 by Hildadee
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Thank you, we don''t dislike each just fallen out of love and both wish to move in life.

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26 May 12 #333060 by WhiteRose
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I would recommend having a chat and agree some ground rules.

For example I had the smaller spare room, so I had 1st choice on the lounge with the TV. He had the main, larger bedroom with TV.

No making phone calls to new b/f or g/f or bad mouthing the other to friends/family while the other is in the house.

Just general courtesy stuff.

We worked it so that (mostly) when he was out, I was in and vice versa. Just gives you a bit of a break.

Just whatever works for both of you!

WR

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26 May 12 #333177 by stukadivebomber
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WhiteRose is right, you ought to establish ''rules''.

You probably won''t be able to stay friendly every day


Hildadee wrote:

we don''t dislike each just fallen out of love and both wish to move in life.


Hope you can both hack it, & avoid the mind games that are so often feature:blink:

Good luck!

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