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25 May 20 - 25 May 20 #512555 by rubytuesday
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If you would like advice from Wikivorce members as to what the likely outcome of a financial case in a divorce or civil partnership dissolution is going to be; you need to post the following information:

Your respective ages;

The number of children you have and their ages (including any step-children that live with you);

How many nights the children spend with each parent;

The length of your marriage and any period of pre marriage cohabitation;

Your respective incomes;

Your respective outgoings;

Your assets - both solely held and joint (ie property equity, pensions, vehicles, savings, etc);

Your liabilities - both in sole and joint names (ie credit card debt, outstanding mortgage, etc).

Any other factors, such as one person having limited earning capacity due to ill-health or a long career-break, etc.

This information is required so people may advise you on "What is fair".

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