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23 Jan 08 #11580 by JEAN
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Have just completed Divorce Calculator. Have included costs etc of ex including amounts for new child with girlfriend. But what if she is working are any of these costs her responsibility, or are her earnings just ignored?

Any input would be welcome

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23 Jan 08 #11655 by Fiona
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The factor under consideration here is that cohabiting reduces your ex/x2b's need because he is sharing living costs with a new partner.

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24 Jan 08 #11666 by Pumpkinhead12
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Does any of this really matter...similar scenario for me, but all my solicitor wanted to know was how much I could borrow to buy my spouse out of the house... I don't think she could be bothered to figure how to weight all the mitigating factors. So I'm left wondering if they really count for anything. BTW I wish I could believe the output from the calculator, but solicitors on both sides don't seem to be anywhere near the figure I got.

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