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What are we each entitled to in our divorce settlement?

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d81 statement of info for consent order

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24 Dec 07 #9485 by yferch
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Not sure how to delare my income, do I add net pay and family tax credit together or list them seperatley, I know it is better to put down child benefit separately.

Also as my ex is now living with his partner is he supposed to declare her income as well, or just his own.

thanks

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26 Dec 07 #9520 by attilladahun
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On you income set out your income and benefits separately

Strangely form E rquires H to put in details of his parthers capital/income D8statement (Form M1) doesn't

All he has to do is state he has an intention of cohab and tick the box.

If you know what her job is in the other information section put.... The Respondent has a new partner who earns £ per month net and has £ capital. Send it to him to complete and return with both D8 & Minute of Agreement signed with a cheque (if appropriate) for 50% of the fee payable £15...actually I think you are paying all that aren't you!

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26 Dec 07 #9530 by yferch
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that's brilliant.

ACtually a bit skint after xmas, so debating whether to make him pay all or half of the Consent Order. Not sure what is fair considering. Need as much money as I can to fix the house he left in mess, thank god for sales in New Year (and River Island for retail therapy. )Cavity wall was exposed amongst other stuff and house is cold!!! Had xmas dinner down my mothers due to kitchen ripped out. House was in a fit state until bodger boy got his hands on it. Live and learn and I know there are people faaar worse off than me in this world in comparison so I count my blessings.

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26 Dec 07 #9542 by attilladahun
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Ctually a bit skint after xmas

Who isn't:)

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26 Dec 07 #9544 by attilladahun
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Ctually a bit skint after xmas

Who isn't:)

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