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WHAT COST DIVORCE AFTER 19YRS 5MHTS?

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08 May 07 #202 by JACKBAUER
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Hi, I've been separated for 19 years and 5 months and am keen to know if I will have to pay anything to divorce? I'm a first time user so please accept my apologies if I'm asking my question in the wrong place!

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Jack

To answer that question you will need to provide a lot more info.

After such a long marriage you will have to share the fruits of the marriage (the assests and income) with your wife. How much she gets will depend on many factors such as:
- her income
- your income
- her ongoing needs
- your ongoing needs
- any kids, how many how old, who will look after them

Look at the input page of the Divorce Calculator on this site and you will get an idea of what factors are taken into consideration.

So - you could give the calculator a spin

Or you could provide the detail in the forum and someone will no doubt provide an opinion

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