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31 Jul 12 #346373 by sorrel
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Hi my husband and i are divorcing - we have no children together but both have adult children to previous partners, the marraige lasted 7 years.

We have agreed a financial split (both of us used solicitors for advice)and we both completed a schedule of information (I think it was called that), detailing assets, debts CETV values of pensions etc.

The matrimonial home is sold and the proceeds are sat in my solicitors bank account.

We have agreed to share the proceeds from the house sale 50:50 . Then keep our respective pensions and share debts.

My pension £122K, his was only 16K, however the debts i have agreed to settle are $42K and he is settling £15K - he is also keeping £8500 in savings.

He is now cohabiting with a new partner and I am at home with my two 18 year old girls.

My question is - how likely is the judge to grant the court order without us having to attend in person?

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31 Jul 12 #346378 by dukey
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If you both have solicitors and legal advice very likely.

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