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Cookie, I couldn''t agree more. My husband has racked up legal costs in excess of £500,000 and yet each time we go to court his legal team is told no and yet he does not attend or give any evidence that my mother is dead and I have received an inheritance.
On the other hand she does turn up and give affidavits to court to say she is alive.
Yes, quit whilst ahead or you will end up in prison or going insane.
I am "winning" not that I see that that way as I have three children, have lost my own marital businesses, my mothers assets have been frozen for 3 years, I am not on benefits at all and I am a victim of extreme domestic violence and legal abuse.
As I said my case is about to hit the headlines in open court in RCJ in Queens Bench in London.
The abusive should know when enough is enough. I know I am innocent and responsible in law and I also know my grounds and have been told I am right by top UK High Court Judges and Masters.
The original query was is this an asset that my husband (neither of us have done anything about divorcing yet) should put on form E?