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27 Jun 07 #1047 by rileybriggs
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Male, married for 15 years last 3 years separated, wife still lives in marital home with our two children. Private arrangement made for maintenance. i have made new life in past 3 years with new partner and have joint property assests with her which he did not have at time of marriage breakdown. How are these property assets looked at when dividing assests between husband and wife for divorce purposes

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28 Jun 07 #1061 by Tinny
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Hi Riley
Hope someone with experience replies to you. I think you need to sort your financials out...probably should have done it long before now. I may be wrong but I think that your new joint property assetts can be included in the pot when you and your Ex divorce.

I have been separated for about a year and despite the problems I would have had raising the finance anyway (already listed on FMH mortgage), I would not have acquired assetts because I dont want it affecting the outcome. Hopefully its sorted now (soon) and I can get back on the housing ladder (if its not too late).

Good luck

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