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23 Sep 07 #3809 by sky
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I've been 'getting divorced' for over a year now and the stress is getting to me - just want it to be over. We've done our form E's voluntarily ( second go!) and my X2b still can't add up!

Our assets are:
House 121k - he says 141k
My savings 49k
His savings 71k
His work shares 26k
My pension 13k
His pension 87k
His creative accounting 20k
His inheritance trust - not disclosed approx 100k+

We have 2 children 8 & 10. I am 38, he is 42. I gave up my career when we married in 1994.

I work part time earning 6kpa but topped up via tax credits etc to about 12kpa net

He earns £42kpa net with share bonuses and a non contributory final salary pension.

This is dragging out - his latest offer is I get the house, £12k of his pension, my own pension and I pay him £20k and keep the rest of my assets (£29k). He gets everything else.
My third solicitor with my firm is now 'out of office for some weeks' and they have all told me one thing face to face but it all changes when they write it down. It's like they don't think I'll notice.

Does anyone have an idea as to what I should be going for?

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