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Clean Break Order

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19 Jun 12 #337704 by PrincessFi
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Hi my soon to be husband is trying to get money out of me. I do not think morally I should give him anything however I know the law is not always fair so said I would. I was going to get a Clean Break order drawn up by a sol however, my husband now wants me to get it drafted and say that he will have nothing but give him the cash separately. I think this leaves me really exposed am I right? Surely he can come back for more or the judge can order more if he thinks thats not fair?

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19 Jun 12 #337711 by dukey
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Don''t do it, this is an order of court and you would be telling porkies that could drop you In the brown stuff and bite you on the behind later on.

The order must be a true reflection of the agreement, you don''t tell a judge one thing then do another, it would be very silly indeed.

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