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Yes, 2 legal professionals have independently recommended you both, against a Separation Agreement, and that a divorce is a better option. That is good advice, I would follow it.
Both are in argeement about a seperation argeement
both parties have been to seek legal advice whom recommend divorce unreasonable beahevior.
Right, what you really want to do is to get this all signed and sealed and legally binding as soon as possible. This "do the right thing" generally only lasts for as long as it suits the other person. She may even use it against you at a later date.
she has been informed from a legal point of view she doesnt have to pay all this money but she whats to do the right thing and help
Quite right. As advised by 2 independent legal professionals. From a legal and financial point of view, a divorce is almost always a better option than a Separation Agreement.
not wanting to waste money on separtion argeement but full blown divorce
Like who? Your divorce is nothing to do with anyone else. If you or your ex allow anyone else to influence your opinions or actions then that is your choice. But you do not need to be influenced by anyone else. If anyone unwanted tries to stick their beak in, tell them to take a hike.
i just need to protect myself against outside influence
and other parties that can and will get involved
Nothing. You need to get a divorce and get this financial agreement signed and sealed in a Consent Order ASAP.
what can i do to protect myself from all above backfiring and she files for divorce when out of sight.
Well I assume you mean solicitors
what can i do want to keep them high street vultures away..