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Form E - future needs

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20 Dec 19 #510785 by Amberlycleo
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I apologize for a slightly left field question. Has anyone considered/ included costs for a vasectomy reversal as a 'future cost' to be claimed as part of the financial settlement.

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21 Dec 19 #510786 by WYSPECIAL
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Would doubt it would be acceptable.

Why is it a need?

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22 Dec 19 #510787 by spinit
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On women's form, E's I've read of them putting that they "need" an annual "flower arrangement" budget and another where they "needed" a budget for giving to charity so I think a vasectomy reversal is perfectly reasonable to put on as presumably it was your ex who perswaded you to have the operation in the first place and you agreed given you assumed you would remain married or something to that effect which I'm sure causes you continued mental anguish and will cause you more physical and phycological anguish to try to correct, etc.

The idea with putting down what you need on form E is to put down *everything* you need then add on to that so as during any negotiation the other side can argue you down to actually what you want and they can feel like they have had a win whereas you know you got what you came for.

Whether you will get the cash for it it would be impossible to say as it will depend on how much cash is available and kids and housing will come first.

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