A well respected, award winning social enterprise
Volunteer run - Government and charity funded
We help 50,000 people a year through divorce

01202 805020

Lines open: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
Call for FREE expert advice & service info

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.

What steps can we take to reach a fair agreement?

The four basic steps to reaching an agreement on divorce finances are: disclosure, getting advice, negotiating and implementing a Consent Order.

What is a Consent Order and why do we need one?

A Consent Order is a legally binding document that finalises a divorcing couple's agreement on property, pensions and other assets.

Do you need help sorting out a fair financial settlement?

Our consultant service offers expert advice and support to help you reach agreement on a fair financial settlement quickly, and for less than a quarter of the cost of using a traditional high street solicitor.


  • mbird
  • mbird's Avatar Posted by
  • Platinum Member
  • Platinum Member
15 Oct 12 #361176 by mbird
Topic started by mbird
OMG sorry guys but FDR any day now, and have just received stbx''s chronology, what a load of B~#***''~*s!!! It is full of lies!!!
What can I do as it insinuates that we were together a year longer than we were, also it states that I moved in with my current partner 3 years ago.... I ONLY MET MY CURRENT PARTNER A YEAR AGO!!
This is going to have a severe impact on my case as she is hell bent on seeing my new partners bank statements etc, and this is their latest dirty trick!!! I am FURIOUS how can people get away with lying like this??

  • mbird
  • mbird's Avatar Posted by
  • Platinum Member
  • Platinum Member
16 Oct 12 #361235 by mbird
Reply from mbird

  • For real
  • For real's Avatar
  • Senior Member
  • Senior Member
16 Oct 12 #361236 by For real
Reply from For real
Keep to the facts and the truth and any inconsistencies in either statement will come to light. This is about finances and demands can be made to see new partners bank statements but unless your partner is party to proceedings then I am almost sure she can just plainly say NO.

The truth will always come out. Prove what you can and then it will be up to her to prove what she says and if she can''t... well ... then what?

  • somuch2know2
  • somuch2know2's Avatar
  • Platinum Member
  • Platinum Member
16 Oct 12 #361250 by somuch2know2
Reply from somuch2know2
mbird- deep breath.

They all try to drag the new partner in (generalisation noted). but unless they are party to the divorce (ie. mentioned in the papers)- they do not have to produce anything.

The truth does always come out- and what would work in your favour is if you have your partners old lease to her place- or just continue to stick to your side of the story.

My ex tried to do the same, in the end nothing came of it. You will be fine.

  • dukey
  • dukey's Avatar
  • Moderator
  • Moderator
16 Oct 12 #361363 by dukey
Reply from dukey
Don''t worry about it, it''s a side line issue, if you have been together its fairly easy to show, it''s for them to prove otherwise, but in the big picture, well it''s not much of an issue, stick with the important stuff, don''t be sidelined by silliness.

Moderators: wikivorce teamrubytuesdaydukeyhadenoughnowTetsSheziLinda SheridanForsetiMitchumWhiteRoseLostboy67WYSPECIALBubblegum11

The modern, convenient and affordable way to divorce.

No-Fault Divorce £179

We provide the UK's lowest cost no-fault divorce service, managed by a well respected firm of solicitors. 

Online Mediation £250

Online mediation is a convenient and inexpensive way to agree on a fair financial settlement.

Consent Order £259

This legally binding agreement defines how assets (e.g. properties and pensions) are to be divided.

Court Support £250

Support for people who have to go to court to get a fair divorce financial settlement without a solicitor.