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19 Feb 08 #14373 by Mrs Ingledew
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As you may know from my posts I am up to my eyes in debt if we added his and mine and joint business we are talking 110k.

We have approx 9k in a house.

He has put forward a settlement of 30K to him in exchange for the children and I keeping the house.

I feel shaken and can't believe he can live in such cloud cuckoo land!

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19 Feb 08 #14386 by Mrs Ingledew
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Oh and to fully ice the cake I pick up all the remaining debt and have no CSA.

surely he is mad...

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19 Feb 08 #14387 by Louise11
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Taylr14

Theres no harm in trying now is there? LOL

Ignore it and treat it with the contempt it deserves.

When we got to a final hearing the other parties offer was so ludicrous that we returned the offer with a likewise one!

The barrister on the other side pointed to our offer and told the Judge that it was outrageous!

The Judge replied" YES!!!! well I'm sure if you hadnt of put that ridiculous offer in before then we WOULD NOT be here today, now would we?
I had to stifle a laugh by pretending to cough!

Keep your chin up chuck and dont let the B******s grind you down!

Kind Ones
Louise

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19 Feb 08 #14388 by Specialdad
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Hey louise welcome back we missed you!!! ;)

I agree with Lou. Tell him to shove the offer somewhere the sun does not shine.

SD

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19 Feb 08 #14392 by Elle
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I am in a similar situation wondering where sanity is regards offers......
Lou (or anyone) regards you returning a similar ridiculous offer can you elaborate to give me an idea of what to offer....my situ is..... 24 yrs married, youngest with dad is 17 in further education, total assets approx 175k, debt 3.5k, mortgage 10k,....he is offering 42k and he keeps the house and pensions and i get the debt....and suggestions would be appreciated
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19 Feb 08 #14393 by Elle
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SD,
I did tell x where to shove the offer.....it helps to know someone else would have....thx

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19 Feb 08 #14434 by loobyloo
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Me too similar as you as you know tay....got FH end of march and any ridiculous offers will be getting stuffed up his barristers a...e....without being personal its large enough tee hee

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