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08 Mar 08 #16208 by pigtails2
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my husband who is starting the divorce is worth just over three million pounds. We have been together eight years, married for five. He has offered three hundred thousand as a settlement. His income from rental property is in excess of one hundred thousand a year. He gives me no money - I have had to start work for min. wage to keep myself and run my car. Is it worth fighting him.

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08 Mar 08 #16220 by LittleMrMike
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Yes, definitely. It's one of those cases where the cost is worth incurring because of what you are likely to recover.

I would have no doubt or hesitation at all. Go for it. See a solicitor p.d.q.

Mike 100468

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