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24 Feb 20 #511594 by Paulav
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I have been separated for three years and the Decree Nisi has been obtained by my wife. She agreed a settlement and now she has seen my CETV for my pension she now won’t sign. She has a teachers pension giving a cetv of 56k and an income of 4K approx. My company pension cetv has come out at 450k giving me an income of 16k. My offer gave her cash and another pension pot which I hadn’t drawn on and evened out our income as we are both retired. I has also improved the house I have since bought after we separated to incorporate a holiday let. She thinks this has added value to my house but it was just decorating and furnishing as building was already there and a commercial property. Does she has the right to take more from me? She is asking for more cash giving her more income than I have as pension. I don’t know what she has the right to ask for and she won’t see a solicitor. My solicitor says my offer is fair..

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