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11 Mar 08 #16470 by cheated1
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How much can the court make me pay in ancillary relief when it has already issued a decree of nulity (we were never legally married)
My ex co-hab is asking for everything I have my home and all

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11 Mar 08 #16473 by mike62
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General rule for short marriages (even though yours wasn't even a marriage) is that the parties take out what they brought into the marriage, splitting any profits or losses incurred during the course of the marriage.


Unless you have been co-habiting a long time, I would apply the same methodology. Bring nothing in, take nothing out.

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11 Mar 08 #16474 by cheated1
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The "marriage" was dissolved from the day of its inception and one solicitor I asked said she could claim next to nothing.
But her solicitor is applying for my home and to support her.
They seem to be dragging this out just to run up a bigger solicitor’s bill.
I have a legal wife and child to support

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