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It is the needs of the children - and the parent with care that come first in a situation like this.
If you are intending to remarry then you will be living in a 2 income household and she will have just one (plus CM, tax credits etc).
If she cannot afford to stay in the home then where can she afford to live?
She could just be hurt and lashing out although clearly this is inappropriate.
Did you separate before or after you met your new wife to be? This may have some bearing on her behaviour.
If she is really not interested in the children, perhaps you should apply for residence? That way you may get a better financial split. It may though affect your plans for the future.
So... they can''t live with you - she must provide a home for them.. you say she can''t afford to. What do you see happening?