my final hearing is fast approaching now less than a week away there is 300k in marital pot plus endowments 80k my offer went over last week no reply as of yet but ex offer was despicable £181k to find suitable house for me and 3 children we live in expensive area he enclosed property particulars of 140k to 170k these properties im not joking are from the dark side !!!! am really worried now wish i had a crystal ball but do not have a clue what judge will order i need 300k to cover moving and having a nice home from area we are used to but ex thinks otherwise also worried about the cross examination questions i don''t know what to expect for this and what they will ask will it be judge speaking to me or exs barrister we were proposing endowments for him to keep pensions are sorted equally !!!! is this so bad when i have not worked in donkeys years have medical condition and he has high paid job which he will carry on 66k after tax what would the judge say wish i knew, can anyone help please xx
Sorry to ask you more questions but
1. what area are you looking to live? London
2. You say you have a disibility so you must be entitled to benefits. What is your NET income including CM?
3. Would it be inconceivable to move to a less expensive area but still in the school encatchment area?
4. Can you not work at all? or is the fact you havent work in ''donkys'' why you think you cant get a job?
im from maidstone kent yes i have disability but don''t think i would get benefits because having checked it it pays to most severe cases , my net income at mo is £1100 per month child maintenance plus childrens tax credits plus child benefit haven''t worked in years brought up my kids and havent needed to work ex has always been on 100k year and have medical condition
There isn''t really enough information for people to help. Divorce settlements depend on the overall circumstances and we would need the breakdown of equity, any pensions, savings or investments; duration of the marriage + any co-habitation before; respective ages, the ages of the children and the number of nights they are to stay with each parent.