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02 Apr 12 #321228 by Manor9988
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Hi ,
Have been separated 13 mths now and we have first appt in may re financial order.
I have about £8k in cash nad live in rented furnished accomodation as stbx lives with kids in FMH and has kept all contents.
I am concerned that the cash I do have (earnt since we split up) may be given mostly to stbx even though I have no house contents at all.
No white goods/sofas/tables/chairs/beds anything. She has the lot.
I was hoping to try and keep the £8k to try and build a deposit to buy house for myself but concerned judge will give to her.
Can I buy some contents for myself with this cash (without going over the top of course)or should I hope Judge will be reasonable and allow me to keep ?
Thanks

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03 Apr 12 #321476 by mike62
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Manor9988,

It is not unreasonable for you to furnish your accommodation to meet your needs and the needs of your children when they come to visit / stay.

If your wife has kept all of the home contents, then you need to live too and will have to replace the essential items that you no longer have access to.

Wouldn''t recommend buying that Bose docking station tho... Keep it real!

Mike

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