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What are we each entitled to in our divorce settlement?

What does the law say about how to split the house, how to share pensions and other assets, and how much maintenance is payable.

What steps can we take to reach a fair agreement?

The four basic steps to reaching an agreement on divorce finances are: disclosure, getting advice, negotiating and implementing a Consent Order.

What is a Consent Order and why do we need one?

A Consent Order is a legally binding document that finalises a divorcing couple's agreement on property, pensions and other assets.

Do you need help sorting out a fair financial settlement?

Our consultant service offers expert advice and support to help you reach agreement on a fair financial settlement quickly, and for less than a quarter of the cost of using a traditional high street solicitor.


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23 Jun 08 #28082 by mike62
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I co-own and operate a small country house hotel with my stbx, except during the week I work in contract IT, building a humungous gas pipeline from the East coast to the West coast, over the pennines.

The hotel hosts 30-40 weddings a year, with myself and my dear stbx advising these lovely young hopefuls about their wedding day. How ironic!

My stbx probably sees me as a competant, if irritating, bar steward. ;)


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23 Jun 08 #28098 by BRM
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I work for a life scicence company making chemicals for medical research (I'm sure that not everyone will be happy with that!!). Before that I was an operations manager for HP (not the source) for 12 years, got made redundant, brought my wife a lovely new car, paid her debts off. 6 months later she kicked me out for a guy 15years younger than me, but I'm not bitter just skint!!!!

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23 Jun 08 #28103 by Ephelia
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I write. Currently I mostly write bids for companies tendering for work - mostly in the education and children services sector. I used to write history - Roundheads, cavaliers and the English Civil War.

When I'm not doing that I'm training public servants in leadership skills and criminal justice professionals about 'Terrorism Today'...

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24 Jun 08 #28445 by Billie12
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although we are all interlinked by our 'bad relationships' we are really talented group of people with real lives and responsibilities. There are a lot of nurses who have responded and really diverse things .... What did you do in the Whisky lab Ruby??????

Carrie x

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24 Jun 08 #28448 by TMax
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Im Ret MOD having covered Court Martials and changed to E.O.D untill i retired in 1994

I now work for a Scottish mobile phone group in engineering and reasearch, write to my own web page diary doing short stories, poetry and day to day thoughts.

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24 Jun 08 #28450 by fatherofthree
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I own a small company, installing fire alarm systems in and around London. Started running the company out of my front room 11 years ago, after I was made redundant. I currently employ 10 people, operating from a small shop unit local to where I live.

I have no great plans for world fire alarm domination, but it does feel good to see something you created from nothing grow and prosper, and having people working for you who really want to work for you (as opposed to just having a job) is a great feeling.

It also feels good to be able to say “I Did That”; and none of the s**t that I’m going through will ever take that feeling away.

One of a small (but growing) number of things keeping me smiling.


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25 Jun 08 #28733 by Daisy049
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Hi everyone

Im a complaints manager for a bank, dealing with mortgages..

before this i dealt with mortgage arrears, trying to help people get out of arrears, but if it didnt work out then had to send them to litigation for poss repossession.....really tough job, but handled with care it was ok sometimes and believe it or not you can build up a rapour with alot of people...i have to say though i'm glad i'm not doing it anymore....it did get to me in the end..especially with those unfortunate people that really couldnt pay -

have been with the same co for approx 17 years....

my dream job ?? flower shop


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