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31 May 12 #334259 by sexysadie
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While I do believe you still love your husband, he is treating you and the children very badly and you need to take action. Waiting until the autumn gives him time to do all sorts of things to hide money and will allow more and more earnings and savings to drop out of the 12 months'' declarations for form E. It sounds to me as though your husband is extremely manipulative and controlling, and you have to break free of this.

This is what you need to do:

1. Go to the CSA about child support. Even though he is self employed and can probably hide money from them, the sooner you do this the better as it will be harder for him to do it.

2. File papers for divorce. Just get on with it. It won''t stop you reconciling if he really wants you to.

3. Apply for maintenance pending suit to allow you to live, pay the mortgage, etc. beyond what is needed for the children.

Best wishes, and good luck,

Sadie

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