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What are we each entitled to in our divorce settlement?

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  • Saengdaed
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25 Jun 12 #339085 by Saengdaed
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Hi guys,
I have another question befor I call the solicitor advice.

I am not working. My husband has his own business.he has got two properties befor marriage me . He bought another property last year. Every thing is on his name such as houses, car or company name. He gave me just £150 a mont for my fun but food and every thing he pay.

I don''t want anything likes house , car or his company but I just want him to give me a bit of money that I can spent befor I get the job or some where for rent .
My question is if I sent him A divorce petition .do I have the right to claim the money from my husband.


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26 Jun 12 #339198 by LittleMrMike
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Not too sure as to what the question is,
but you can claim financial relief in the Petition itself, or you can do it at a later stage by filling in Form A.

It is considered good practice to claim anything that might be relevant. Obviously if your husband has no pension you can''t claim a pension share. But from what you say, you seem to be pitching your claim rather on the low side.


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