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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.

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07 Sep 07 #2998 by Random
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thanks for the advice Sera :)

I'm not trying to sort out his marital disputes - they are nothing to do with me. I'm only on here as he doesn't have the time and I do, I just thought it would be a useful way of finding out information as opposed to trawling though the web.

We don't talk about the divorce (have better things to do) unless something crops up that needs dealing with. At the moment it is the financial stuff.

The latest is that she has sent a list of all that joint belongings, everything from the sofa down to gardening gloves - apparently her sol has told her to do this! She said it is so they can negotiate, although she hasn't indicated what she wants. We think she'll ask for more money instead - can she do this when most of it is household stuff needed for the home (i.e. cutlery!)? In principle my partner is quite happy for her to have anything she wants as it has no sentimental value.

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