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19 Sep 20 - 19 Sep 20 #514149 by xbot
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Where can I get a list of Conducts that are allowable for Divorce Financial Remedy?
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You can search the site for posts relating to conduct. There is no list as such.

Financial settlement on divorce is needs based. Conduct is very rarely considered. It would only be a factor if e.g. the conduct had a major financial impact. One example often quoted is a model who was facially scarred in a DV attack so lost their career and earnings capacity.

There may have been financial irregularities on one part or the other. The court's first priority will be to ensure housing needs, especially those of the children, are met. If there is more than enough money to meet needs, it may be possible to argue that the party who has eg gambled funds has already had part of their share of the surplus.


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